HUGE News For Radio People-RAIN Summit Midwest


One of he great events for learning how to be a better broadcaster is The Conclave, and they’ve just announced a MASSIVE addition to an already packed agenda.  This makes a trip to Minneapolis in July a MUST for anyone in radio who wants to advance teir career or just get some inactive brain cells moving again.  Here’s the official release:

 

RAIN Summit Midwest To Debut at Conclave Learning Conference, Saturday July 17!

Kurt Hanson & RAIN Team To Present Practical Solutions for Radio Broadcsters

(Minneapolis) – The Conclave and RAIN (Kurt Hanson’s Radio And Internet Newsletter) will be giving broadcasters, Internet radio entrepreneurs, and sales/digital visionaries another reason to convene at the 35th annual Conclave Learning Conference for engaging sessions and presentations regarding programming expertise, business strategies, and technical and legal aspects of the business during RAIN Summit Midwest, Saturday afternoon, July 17th, at the Doubletree Park Place Hotel in Minneapolis.

Says RAIN founder Kurt Hanson, “I’m thrilled that we’re going to be working with the Conclave to spend a half-day together looking at how attendees can best position themselves for the exciting new future. My fervent belief is that after three previous ‘Golden Ages’ of radio – the entertainment programs of the ‘30s and ‘40s, the ‘AM Top 40’ era of the ‘60s and ‘70s, and the ‘AM Talk / FM music’ era of the ‘80s and ‘90s – we’re on the cusp of entering a fourth ‘Golden Age’ of radio, driven by Internet-delivered forms that will offer consumers variety, personalization, and ubiquity of access. In this new era, there are going to be huge opportunities for radio professionals – in marketing, in sales, in programming, and in management – plus loads of exciting entrepreneurial opportunities as well.”

Conclave Executive Director Tom Kay explains, “Those registered for the Conclave will automatically be registered to attend the RAIN Summit Midwest. We are also offering special one-day tuitions which will allow folks to attend the RAIN Summit Midwest – as well as our other sessions scheduled on Saturday July 17th – for only $179.”

“Importantly,” added Kay, “The debut of RAIN Summit Midwest at the Conclave would not be possible without the ongoing support and generous contributions of Coleman Insights and AllAccess.com.”

“Kurt Hanson, Paul Maloney, Jennifer Lane and their team have done an amazing job making their RAIN Summits the place to be to learn more about the convergence of media and technology,” said Coleman Insights President/Chief Operating Officer Warren Kurtzman.  “We are proud to play a role in bringing this great opportunity to Conclave Summer Learning Conference attendees.”

AllAccess.com President & Publisher Joel Denver exclaims, “Kurt Hanson has a grasp of all things digital for radio that goes beyond the knowledge base of most, and to have the opportunity to attend a RAIN Summit is an exciting opportunity for every radio broadcaster.AllAccess.com is truly thrilled to help present this cutting edge event.”

The 2010 Learning Conference – FREEWAY TO YOUR FUTURE – July 15-17, being held at the Doubletree Park Place Hotel in Minneapolis, will kick-off on Thursday July 15 with the Jacobs Media Summer School, followed by a gangbuster agenda that includes the exclusive four-hour Promotion Summit, Conclave College, and an all-star faculty of keynoters and presenters. It concludes Saturday July 17th with Jerry Clifton’s NIGHT SCHOOL. Register now at http://www.theconclave.com/register/clc_register.php.

For more information about this summer’s Learning Conference, visit http://www.theconclave.com for more information.

The Conclave is a 35-year-old 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation. The Conclave offers year-round learning to the industry including webinars, TalenTrak, and the Summer Learning Conference – and has provided nearly $80,000 annually in media scholarships.

 

Posted via web from Mark Edwards 3.0

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