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Talking Sports Radio and Revenue

4-9-13
 
Spring is here, March Madness has ended and baseball is just beginning. Everybody's talking sports. In radio, sports stations are thriving, while sports networks new and old are gaining traction fast. Sports is about the fastest-growing opportunity in the industry today. Some stations are 24/7 sports; some are airing selected play-by-play. Whether you've got the sports bug and want to make sure you're getting the most from this super-hot format or you're curious about how it can work for you, don't miss your chance to hear from these experts -- and many more to be announced -- at Radio Ink's inaugural Sports Radio Conference, coming up May 14-15 in Miami.

Keynote speaker:
Legendary sports agent Drew Rosenhaus

 

 

 

 

Speakers, Panelists, and Advisers
Joe Bell, Market Manager, Beasley Broadcasting Miami
Carl Butrum, Vice President, Broadcasters Foundation
Bob Cohen, President, Bob Cohen Strategies
Chris Corcoran, Executive VP/GM, NBC Sports Radio  Morris Davenport, SVP/GM, ESPN Radio David Gow, CEO, Gow Media
Bruce Gilbert, SVP/Sports Operations, Clear Channel Media + Entertainment Richard Harker,Senior Partner, Harker Research
T.J. Lambert, Lead Mechanic, T.J. Lambert Company
Don Martin, SVP/Sports Programming,  Premiere Networks Berry Jasin, VP/National Sales, Spanish Broadcasting System
Gary Schonfeld, CEO, AdLarge Media
Charlie Sislen, Partner, Research Director Inc.
Jason Wolfe, VP/Programming & Operations, WEEI & WRKO Radio/Boston 
Danno Wolkoff, CEO, Envision Radio Networks
 
Register now:
Radio Ink Sports Radio Conference
May 14-15, 2013
Biltmore Hotel
Miami




 
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