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February 16, 2021 28 min
Entrepreneur, Dallas Mavericks owner and “Shark Investor” on ABC’s “Shark Tank” Mark Cuban joins NAB’s Josh Miely for a wide-ranging discussion of broadcast topics. Hear Mark’s take on broadcast viewership, streaming, the current media ecosystem, small market radio, the stock market and more.
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February 1, 2021 19 min
Tomas Martinez, owner and CEO of Solmart Media, shares how his stations have succeeded financially during the pandemic by rethinking business models, launching new programming and focusing on serving the community. Also, learn about all the resources at your fingertips in NAB's Vaccine Education Toolkit for Broadcasters.
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January 19, 2021 21 min
Andrew Finlayson, executive vice president of Digital and Social Media Strategies and Dan Reines, senior vice president of Research, both from SmithGeiger, discuss the data behind NAB's Vaccine Education Toolkit for Broadcasters and map out station messaging best practices on the subject.
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What a year it has been. As 2020 comes to a close, our season finale features 12 broadcast industry luminaries, on-air talents and executives sharing messages of perseverance, inspiration, hope and encouragement leading into 2021.
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November 30, 2020 20 min
Jinny Laderer, co-founder and CEO and Susie Hedrick, president and COO, vCreative, detail how stations can organize and execute client campaigns, promotions and other workflows more efficiently and effectively, saving valuable time and tangible money.
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Stacey Lynn Schulman, principal, Hi: Human Insight, shares recent media engagement data and reveals broadcast television's key differentiators heading into the holiday season and beyond. This conversation is a follow-up to Stacey’s NAB Sales and Management Television Exchange session. View the full on-demand SMTE agenda at nabsmte.com.
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Chris Cano, general manager, Columbus Marriott Northwest and author of the new book “If You Build It They Will Stay: Your Guide to Connecting Generations in the Workplace,” offers up tips, tactics and best practices for managers currently leading multigenerational workforces through the pandemic.
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Taken from the 2020 virtual Radio Show! Leslie Swanson, executive vice president of Operations, Tanger Outlets, spends a few minutes with Neuhoff Communications’ Mike Hulvey detailing how the factory outlet retail sector has adjusted to meet the challenges of 2020 and where radio fits into their current media mix.
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October 5, 2020 17 min
Julie Milam, general manager and general sales manager, WNKY-TV and host, Marquee Backstage, gives us insights into her station’s digital strategies and talks about the importance of the Sales and Management Television Exchange for broadcasters across the country.
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September 28, 2020 13 min
Sony Pictures Television’s Daytime Emmy® Award winning personality Dr. Oz sits down with Hearst Television’s Amanda Hull to discuss a couple ways broadcasters can stay healthy in a high-stress environment. Also, learn about this year’s virtual Sales and Management Television Exchange.
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Julie Koehn, general manager WLEN-FM and chair of NAB’s Small and Medium Market Radio Committee discusses the operational changes, safety protocols and advertising package adjustments she has implemented at her station during the pandemic. Also, hear about what’s in store for the virtual Radio Show this October.
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NAB’s vice president, Digital Strategy Gagan Nirula discusses the aspects of effective digital campaigns and highlights some of the newest digital resources NAB has to offer including the Broadcast Resource Hub, found at broadcastresourcehub.com.
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NAB’s Chief Diversity Officer Michelle Duke connects with Tony Coles, president, Black Information Network to discuss the inception and launch of the first-of-its-kind audio network specifically designed to serve the Black community. Also, introducing the NAB Leadership Foundation’s new Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Resource Center.
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Amplifi Media’s Steve Goldstein leads a deep dive into podcasting and what its current growth means for broadcasters. Learn what’s driving the rapid increase in new podcast content, how recent deals are shaping the medium and why the 2020 advertising outlook is proof of podcasting’s resiliency.
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Lynn Claudy, ATSC board chairman and senior vice president of Technology, NAB, details the status of the current ATSC 3.0, or Next Gen TV, rollout and how the pandemic is affecting progress. Also, discover how many consumer facing products are in/coming to market and what uses and applications stations currently deploying Next Gen TV are experimenting with.
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Mark Gordon, president and CEO, Missouri Broadcasters Association and president of the National Alliance of State Broadcasters Associations (NASBA) discusses how broadcasters can and should communicate with their federal representatives during this summer’s congressional recess.
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Newly appointed NAB Chief Diversity Officer Michelle Duke outlines her new position, discusses the importance of diversity and inclusion in broadcasting and details NAB’s upcoming diversity initiative. Also, learn about the various resources the NAB Leadership Foundation is producing and what’s in store for the 2020 Celebration of Service to America Awards.
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Liz Crider Huff, director of Affiliate Success, Second Street, explains the most effective ways for stations to reach and engage audiences over the summer using contests, promotions and email campaigns. Also, learn about the various operational resources at your fingertips in NAB's Coronavirus Response Toolkit for Broadcasters.
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Expert social media strategist Lori Lewis, founder of Lori Lewis Media, shares some best practices for station brands, on-air personalities and podcasters as they engage, inform and entertain online audiences during these extraordinary times.
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Many industries are rethinking their workflows. Joseph Maar and David Schleifer from Networked Everywhere, Connected Forever (NECF) join us to discuss how hybrid and virtual workflows in video production can help television broadcasters increase content productivity while also saving valuable resources.
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