What impact does college radio have on the new music industry circa 2012? This panel analyzes music trends, artist case studies, and the digital domain, along with specific advice on what is working at college radio.
Scott has helped make TuneIn one of the world's leading internet radio platforms, having worked with the company since 2008. For his first several years with TuneIn (then RadioTime), Scott managed the global directory of 70,000 radio stations. He now builds partnerships with broadcasters, introducing TuneIn's new tools for content providers. Scott's radio background includes previous roles with WSCR in Chicago, WTEM in Washington, DC, and XM Satellite Radio.
Erin has been at EMI Music since 2008, starting out as an assistant in the Promotion Dept. before taking over the College & Specialty radio role. She's worked on campaigns for LCD Soundsystem, Gorillaz, The Decemberists, Air, Free Energy, Hot Chip and is currently working on Diamond Rings, Bat For Lashes, Gold Fields, and Sky Ferreira to name a few!
Rev. Moose specializes in growing emerging artists into career musicians. Since becoming general manager of the award-winning promotion and marketing firm The Syndicate, Moose has expanded The Syndicate's publicity, radio, marketing and design teams to broaden the company's reach in key tastemaker music, comedy, publishing and film communities. Moose launched his own career in college radio and went on to radio promotion, marketing, editorial and management. He was previously the vice... Read More →
Rob Quicke is founder of the fastest growing international college radio movement in the world, College Radio Day. CRD debuted in 2011 and CRD 2012 had 585 college stations in 29 countries participate. Rob also founded College Radio Day Records, to raise funds for college radio stations. | | Rob is also an Assistant Professor at William Paterson University where he is General Manager of the award-winning WPSC FM. Rob was previously General Manager of Chicago’s award-winning WXAV FM. Rob has... Read More →
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