How can classical stations be more intentional in welcoming diverse audiences?
In this session, we'll hear from the producers of shows designed for kids and families about the benefits and rewards of programming for children.
. In this session, learn how you can be a part of preserving the social, political, cultural and artistic history of your region.
Join Keith Woods, NPR’s Chief Diversity Officer, as he moderates a discussion on how this moment in our industry and our society is shaping a future culture of journalism.
At this session, we’ll share how things are working out as America Amplified prepares for a national call-in show in October and November. Come learn what we’ve discovered about community engagement, collaboration and the power of a dynamic network.
Join us to see how the collaboration is playing out just weeks before the election and get a preview of some of our findings. Sumi Aggarwal will moderate a panel of journalists from Reveal, APM Reports and members stations.
Join Doug Mitchell, Founder/Project Director for NPR's Next Generation Radio and Amy Kovac-Ashley, Vice President/Senior Director with the American Press Institute for a 45-minute session on getting a station-based program off the ground.
This year’s survey has the added benefit of giving us a glimpse into how media and device usage may have changed as a result of COVID-19. Join Fred Jacobs, President of Jacobs Media for a look at the 2020 results.
After thoughtful research and planning, “Urban Alternative” began in 2016, we'll meet the people managing these new stations and learn about their journey.
Join us for practical tips and real-world examples of stations who put the news and music first during their on-air fundraising campaigns.