The NAB Podcast

The NAB Podcast

The voice for America’s broadcasters goes behind the mic, covering the topics, issues and innovations that impact America’s broadcasters the most.

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July 27, 2022 29 min
Kristine Gunn, director, Talent and Organization Management, TriNet, discusses the makeup of the current labor force and offers insights on how managers can connect with, motivate and more effectively manage their employees during this unprecedented year.
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Representatives from Angry Badger Productions, Barbizon Lighting Company, Magis Media and Videnum sit down with NAB’s Emmy-winning producer and Vice President of Media Production Michael Khatcheressian to discuss the technology, equipment, capabilities and creation of NAB’s new state-of-the-art media production facility.
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Admiral Rachel L. Levine, MD, Assistant Secretary for Health (ASH) for the United States Department of Health and Human Services sits down with NAB Chief of Staff and Executive Vice President, Public Affairs Michelle Lehman to discuss the importance of the recent under five years old COVID-19 vaccination authorization milestone and vaccinating all children in general. Dr. Levine also details the vaccine’s availability, addresses co...
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Recorded LIVE at the 2022 NAB Show! Curtis LeGeyt, president and CEO, NAB, sits down with David Field, chairman, president and CEO, Audacy and Bob Pittman, co-founder, chairman and CEO, iHeartMedia, for a candid, wide-ranging, super-sized discussion of radio’s ever-evolving place in the media landscape. Future growth, silver linings, challenges, beltway issues, digital opportunities, in-vehicle strategy and more are all highlighted...
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Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Deanne Criswell sits down with NAB President and CEO Curtis LeGeyt for a detailed discussion of how broadcasters can help the agency prepare, inform and serve local communities during this year’s hurricane and wildfire seasons.
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Recorded LIVE at the 2022 NAB Show! It’s no secret that radio station operators in small and medium markets need to be more creative and resourceful than ever before. Todd Kalman, senior vice president of Sales for Marketron, details how examining and updating a station’s workflows can lead to more productivity, more advertising opportunities, cost savings and revenue growth.
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Recorded LIVE at the 2022 NAB Show! Shawn Makhijani, senior vice president of Business Development and Strategy, NBCUniversal Television and Streaming, and senior vice president, NBC Spot On , discusses local OTT advertising opportunities happening right now, how these opportunities can be monetized and why local stations should expand their OTT presence to propel their broadcast business forward.
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In a precursor to the NAB Show session “Insights from the Futurists,” industry expert Buzz Knight brings together thought leaders from ConnectedTravel, RadioLine and Simplebet to discuss how a next generation radio service on Google’s Android Automotive will enable the world’s first interactive sportscast inclusive of safe, real-time, free-to-play gaming and real-money betting.
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March 28, 2022 15 min
The federal government recently urged all businesses to improve domestic cybersecurity and bolster our national resilience in light of the unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. Kelly Williams, vice president, Engineering and Technology Policy Technology at NAB, discusses the eight key steps the White House advised businesses take to protect themselves from any immediate threat and details what cybersecurity resources NAB has developed fo...
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Bill Wilson, chief executive officer, Townsquare Media, joins Curtis LeGeyt, president and CEO, NAB, and shares insights on how creating and investing in digital verticals in markets 50+ is consistently paying dividends and leads to more opportunities for the company to serve local advertisers, listeners, municipalities and consumers.
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Chris Brown, executive vice president and Managing Director, Global Connections and Events, NAB joins host Josh Miely to give a status report on the 2022 NAB Show. Spoiler alert – it’s happening and there is more education for radio broadcasters and more education for television broadcasters than at any prior NAB produced conference!
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The newest member of NAB, recently appointed Vice President of Member Experience Bradford Caldwell, sits down to discuss what his new position entails, what it’s like to move from the NAB board to NAB staff, what’s in store for NAB Show and why he is eager to serve you, his fellow broadcasters.
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Stephanie Downs, vice president and senior consultant, The Center for Sales Strategy, addresses the biggest challenges facing sales departments in 2022 and details the differences between high-performing and average sales teams in this fast-paced inside look at bolstering sales performance at your station.
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January 18, 2022 15 min
Patrick McFadden, senior vice president and deputy general counsel, Legal and Regulatory Affairs, NAB, outlines upcoming milestones and action items for broadcasters pertaining to the C-band over the coming year. McFadden also previews the upcoming webinar “C-band 2022: What’s Happened and What’s Next,” debuting on January 26 at education.nab.org.
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April Carty-Sipp, NAB’s executive vice president of Industry Affairs sits down for an open and insightful conversation with outgoing NAB president and CEO Gordon Smith and incoming president and CEO Curtis LeGeyt. It’s a multi-layered dialog that’s part Washington insights, part prospective, part retrospective and all engaging.
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Marjolaine Lombard, cybersecurity consultant, Atos and Allan McLennan, head of technology, media and telcom, Media and Entertainment, North America, Atos, discuss how changes to the media landscape over the past couple of years have exponentially increased the cyber threat level facing broadcasters. Each then offer actions stations can take to mitigate these security threats and enhance their security posture.
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On November 10, 2021 NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith delivered his final State of the Industry Address virtually from NAB headquarters in Washington. Hear the nine lessons he learned along his Washington journey, and how they can benefit broadcasters moving forward.
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David Layer, vice president, Advanced Engineering, NAB, sits down with Joe D’Angelo, senior vice president, Global Radio and Digital Audio, Xperi, in a 2020 Mercedes S-Class with the new MBUX audio entertainment platform. Discover where radio is featured, how stations can enhance the user experience for their listeners and how DTS AutoStage is powering the technology behind the screen and unlocking even more potential opportunities...
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Martha Matthews, senior vice president, Local Investment, dentsu Media U.S., talks impression-based selling, 2022 local advertising projections, agency outlooks and outcome based buying principles with special guest interviewer, former NAB COLRAM member Buzz Knight.
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October 12, 2021 26 min
Jason Barrett, president, Barrett Sports Media, examines the current landscape of American sports media with a focal point on local TV and radio stations. What’s driving revenue, how are productions changing and what new opportunities can broadcasters capitalize on? Plus, hear Jason’s take on “Monday Night Football With Peyton and Eli.”
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