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The Path to Program Director

Ele Ellis, Douglas Bell, Jacqueline Cincotta, Eric Teel
2022 - New Orleans

 In this session, experienced programmers will discuss their own pathways into this role and why that experience is advantageous. This conversation will help you identify strong talent and develop them into content leaders of the future. 

Being Audience-First Starts with Podcasts - A Case Study Presentation

Stephanie Kuo, Mike Russo, Micaela Rodriguez
2022 - New Orleans

In part of this event, KERA and PRX share their innovative collaboration to respond to drastic shifts in audience needs and behaviors with human-centered design and product methods. Learn how this whole-of-station approach has transformed KERA’s podcast and on-demand strategy and helped recalibrate its newsroom and broadcast offerings for the future.

Public Media's Role in Advancing Our Democracy

Kathy Merritt, Alisa Barba, A. Rima Dael
2022 - New Orleans

Join this session to learn about CPB’s efforts to grow state government coverage in public media, based on gaps identified in the Edison Research survey of stations, as well as the work being done through the engaged journalism initiative, America Amplified, to ensure that American citizens have the facts they need to participate in local, state, and Congressional elections this fall.





Sponsored by NPR - Reflecting America and Growing Your Audience

Yolanda Sangweni, Tayla Burney, Travis Pope, Max Ramirez, Jenell Walton
2022 - New Orleans

Join us for a conversation moderated by NPR’s Vice President of Programming and New Content Development Yolanda Sangweni about ways to make inclusive choices and foster growth while continuing to serve your existing audience. 

Contextualizing the Uncomfortable in Music Programming

Matt Martinez, Oliver Camacho, Jordan Lee, Lindsay Kimball
2022 - New Orleans

When and how do music format stations decide to limit or suspend an artist from the playlist? Join a group of experienced music programmers from various formats as they discuss their own processes for making these difficult decisions.

Battling Burnout with Your Team, Your Peers, and Yourself

Jenn White, LaToya Linzey, Irving W. Washington, Melissa Swift
2021 - Redefining Public Media Virtual Conference

We’ll be bringing together a panel of experts to talk about what it means to address the full spectrum of burnout from an organizational perspective with key takeaways for leaders to bring back to their stations and teams.

Sponsored by PRX - Evolving Partnerships Between Networks and Stations

Sean Nesbitt, Charlotte Cooper, Micaela Rodriguez
2021 - Redefining Public Media Virtual Conference

This session will be a foundational conversation for how we collaborate and create across the industry in new ways; ways that lead to successful outcomes for all of our institutions.

Consolidations, Mergers and Management Agreements

Abby Goldstein, Greg Petrowich, Chuck Doud, Joe Barr
2021 - Redefining Public Media Virtual Conference

In this session, we'll explore some of these recent arrangements and discuss the opportunities and challenges that come along with bringing content teams together.