Friday, January 8, 2021

First CRS 360 Webinar Set for Jan 14

Country Radio Broadcasters will present this year’s first CRS360 on Thursday, Jan. 14 at 1 p.m. CST. January’s installment of CRS360 will offer examples of creative imaging, along with pro tips and best practices for writing, producing, workflow, and more. This Imaging Workshop is a prequel to next month’s CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience, which will present several more focused, hands-on workshop opportunities.

The webinar will feature CRS 2021 Agenda Vice-Chair and KNCI/Sacramento PD, Joey Tack, as moderator, along with panelists Jake Kaplan (97.1 AMP in LA, Channel Q, and FireLane), Chadd Pierce (Pierce Voice), and Matt Warren (Gorilla Sound).

“We’ve assembled some of today’s most innovative and in-demand imaging producers and voiceover talents for a roundtable discussion on their approach to writing, voicing, and producing imaging,” says Tack.

CRS invites radio PDs, Imaging, and Production Directors to submit station promo and imaging examples to be highlighted and discussed among the panel of experts during this session. Submit one piece of audio per station no later than close of business on Tuesday, Jan. 12.

To register for “Imaging Workshop: A CRS Virtual Experience Prequel,” click here. Only a limited number of slots are available and are based on a first-come, first-served basis.

The last installment of CRS360, held in October, revealed “Everything You Need To Know About CRS ’21,” including the focus of this year’s CRS Research project. This year’s much-anticipated, annual CRS Research project will concentrate on how country listening behaviors have changed during the COVID-19 pandemic and what the “new normal” for the country music industry means. The episode is now available for playback along with other previous CRS360 webinars here

To register for CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience, please visit

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