6 Resources for APM

Creating a Digital Dashboard – Measuring Success for Music Stations.

Matt Abramovitz, Katie Simon, Joe Eskola, Bryan Lowe
2016 - Phoenix

Page views and sessions and shares, oh my! As more and more stations expand their content into the digital world, they find themselves awash in data and not always sure how to gauge their online successes. This session will explore how music stations are defining success in the world of sites, streams, podcasts and videos, while also sharing examples of what’s working best.

Getting Down to Business with Marketplace

Lizzie O'Leary, Jessica Pressler, Ben Walsh
2014 - Portland

The #1 name in business news, Marketplace is celebrating 25 years on the air. In honor of this milestone, we’re bringing a taste of what’s new at Marketplace to lunch, or maybe we should say Brunch

No Transmitter? No Problem: Podcasting for Fame, Fun, and Fortune

Susan Davis, Luke Burbank, Dacia Clay, Steve Nelson
2014 - Portland

Podcasting is oftentimes treated as either a mash-up of stations' most listened-to pieces or a kind of audio blog. Neither attracts listeners who come to the radio via the internet, nor those who convert into donors. Podcasts can be a low-risk way of developing talent and programming, they can help turn your local radio show into national content, or they can be their own well-crafted gems.

Classical Format Group

Gabe DiMaio, Matt Abramovitz, Joe Eskola, Sonja Lee, Bill Lueth
2014 - Portland

Opportunities to meet face to face are rare, so let’s make the most of it by building our knowledge base and transforming last year’s talk into action.

Conversations with Garrison Keillor

Garrison Keillor
2013 - Atlanta

American Public Media invites you to join us for an evening with Garrison Keillor at PRPD. The public radio veteran will share his thoughts on A Prairie Home Companion, public radio and other musings from his nearly 40 years delighting audiences.

Getting to Yes, The Art of The Perfect Pitch

Ann Heppermann, John Haas, David Krasnow, Nancy Mullane
2013 - Atlanta

Step into the void between “yes” and “no” as our stellar editors mix it up with brave story pitchers.  Together, they pull back the veil on one of the most important and difficult skills every producer needs to master: selling a story to an editor.