inside The CRS Daily Buzz (2/18)

Day Three: UMGN Explodes With Music
Listening Habits Are Changing
A Knight In Country’s Court




Michaels & Tack Return To Lead CRS Agenda Committee

KUZZ/Bakersfield PD Brent Michaels and KNCI/Sacramento PD Joey Tack will return to serve as CRS Agenda Committee Chairman and Vice-Chair, respectively, for the 2021-2022 seminar year. The pair are now accepting applications to join the committee through April 9. “We’re inviting anyone with a tie to the country music or radio industries who want to help shape the discussion for CRS 2022 to put in an application,” says Michaels. “If you’ve ever been interested in serving on the CRS Agenda Committee, we’d love to hear your voice.” This year’s committee will be comprised of volunteer professionals from all sectors of the Country radio, streaming and record industries and will be responsible for planning events for the in-person CRS 2022 to be held Feb. 23-25, 2022 at the Omni Nashville Hotel. Apply before April 9 here.