|Jan 30, 2006 |
Week of February 12, 2006 Officially Declared Nashville's "Country Radio Week"
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (January 30, 2006) - Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc. has received a resolution declaring the week commencing February 12, 2006 as "Country Radio Week" in Nashville. The resolution was filed by Nashville Councilman Charlie Tygard and was approved by the Council of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County.
This honor was established to help recognize the Country Radio Seminar (CRS) and its reputation as a unique radio educational forum. CRS has been a staple in the Country music industry for 37 years and is a vital informative factor for the Country radio format.
The resolution states, "Country radio promotes Nashville tourism daily by broadcasting information about our city and its attractions. Country radio is also the primary medium for the exposure of Country music, an endeavor that employs many Nashvillians as artists, writers and producers. Country Radio Seminar will bring together Country radio professionals from all across America together with attendees from the country music industry."
CRS-37 provides continuing education, which is vital in this time of change, for industry professionals, artists, programmers, promotions and sales executives and media. In addition to the annual convention staples such as programming and promotion panels, research presentations, discussions, the town meeting, the working breakfast and others, the CRS-37 agenda will also focus on present critical and controversial industry issues.
CRS-37 will include presentations, a key note address, panel discussions, live performances, luncheons and evening events.