Learned, lived and taught. Alchemical and inspirational. Applied discipline and core skill development. Non-profit leadership in 2016 is all of these things. More than ever, a baseline leadership requirement includes the ability to consistently and continually advance an agenda no matter the circumstances. In this session produced by WNYC's Werk It Festival, you will hear cross section of leaders will walk us through the ways they are attacking the future.
Our public media future is bursting with new opportunity. We have more ways than ever to reach and grow audiences. At the core is our strength in radio's enduring qualities -- live, responsive, spontaneous, highly relevant, engaging and trusted. Join APM for an invigorating exploration of these qualities and their evolving role in bolstering our future across a complex media landscape. Marketplace's Molly Wood leads a fresh conversation with hosts, producers and program directors across APM's portfolio about leveraging what we do best to grow public media's audience, loyalty and impact.
A great challenge in this environment is how to tap into our most creative talent to create effective experimentation in an environment where the stations are fully consumed with day-to-day operations.
It’s hard to reach fresh audiences and raise new money -- but you don’t have to do it alone. $mart collaboration builds partnerships with people and organizations that are committed to the work and audiences your station needs. (Pro tip: Some of your best partners can be found in your newsroom.)
Smart partnerships can fill in the cash gap. Experienced public media journalists talk about how working with freelancers, indies and the community can help station leaders extend and diversify their resources.
Reversing a years long trend, public radio news stations have been growing though most of 2016. All that, and peak election listening is still ahead of us if we adopt audience building as an on-going practice. The Spark project helped set a new normal for promotion, and there’s more to be done to keep the hard won gains, while applying what we’ve learned across platforms. NPR and stations will discuss some of those lessons, opportunities for sustaining listening through the election and beyond, and what's involved in creating a new culture of optimism.
Is it worth investing precious dollars in a marketing campaign? Hear from stations leaders who have launched campaigns that are building audiences and boosting ratings. This session provides examples of what’s working outdoors and online, and explores the power of clear branding and positioning.
AIR's Localore: Finding America teams of independent producers and public media stations have focused on creating new, multimedia models in markets large and small. We’ll experience what has emerged from 15 local story productions focusing on engagement in neighborhoods where public media struggles to reach. Watch, listen, and be inspired by stories made with and for the community and join the teams in breakout sessions throughout the day.
On Point host Tom Ashbrook comes to Phoenix with his straight-talk style. He’ll dig into what it really means to engage today’s listeners with NPR’s All Things Considered Host Kelly McEvers. Come see the On Point treatment for yourself. Rich, futuristic and full conversation over a full breakfast to energize your day.
You've got your radio signal, your website, NPR One, podcasts, and your community events. So what does "stationality" look like when you're programming more than just a terrestrial radio station? We'll talk about how you consistently communicate what's unique about your service across platforms even when they reach very different audiences.