6 Resources for Classical

Tactics for Diversifying Classical Music Programming

John Clare, Daniel Gilliam, Suzanne Bona, Frank Dominguez
2021 - Redefining Public Media Virtual Conference

This session gives examples of the first steps in what must be an ongoing journey to craft and present more inclusive and interesting playlists. We can't just talk the talk, we must walk the walk every day -- not just with annual "celebrations" or one-time special events. In this session, veteran classical music programmers share their specific tactics for implementing more diverse and inclusive playlists that serve and delight listeners EVERY DAY.

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Commercial Classical Is Dead; Long Live Commercial Classical

Matt Abramovitz, Bill Lueth, Bryan Lowe
2013 - Atlanta

Join us as we explore classical programming orthodoxies and reconcile them with the best programming practices of formerly commercial classical stations. You’ll learn what they are still doing and why.

Classical Listeners & the Infinite Dial

Larry Rosin
2014 - Portland

Beginning in 1998 and every year since, Edison Research has conducted their comprehensive landmark study,The Infinite Dial. This year’s 22nd such study added an additional question to determine whether respondents listen to classical music.

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.