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BNM Summit Adds Craig Schwalb, Larry Rosin, Mike McVay, McGraw Milhaven, and Greg Moceri

Last week, I announced our first 7 speakers for our first BNM Summit. This is our two-day news media conference, designed to bring together news/talk radio, television, print and advertising professionals to explore ways to move the industry forward. Our full agenda will be released closer to the event but attendees can expect a mixture of speakers and conversations centered around issues pertaining to programming, sales, content creation, social media, video strategy, audience behavior, and more.

The dates of the Summit are Wednesday and Thursday September 13-14, 2023. The event takes place in Nashville, TN at Vanderbilt University. Tickets are on-sale now and discounted for the entire month of May to $174.99. They’ll increase on June 1st to $224.99.

We continue to talk to potential speakers about the conference in order to create the best show possible for industry professionals. Those interested in consideration can send an email to [email protected]. Companies looking to sponsor the event can gain more information by emailing Stephanie Eads at [email protected].

Today, I’m thrilled to reveal our next batch of speakers who will join us in Nashville in September. BNM looks forward to welcoming WBBM Brand Manager Craig Schwalb, KTRS Program Director and Morning Host McGraw Milhaven, Edison Research Co-Founder and President Larry Rosin, and accomplished radio consultants Mike McVay and Greg Moceri.

Each of these gentlemen bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to our stage. This brings our speaker total to 12. By the time we reach September we expect to have more than 40-50 accomplished broadcasters offering their insights, opinions, and tips for folks in attendance.

One thing I want to add. The goal of this event is to help brands and broadcasters increase relationships, celebrate those who’ve made an impact, and most importantly, gain valuable insight to move their businesses forward. We cover a lot of ground in the room over the course of two days. This is not a political gathering nor is it designed to favor one side over another. I want as many successful people and outlets represented in Nashville as possible because the more we learn from other’s who’ve enjoyed success, the better we all become.

I’m hoping to have our next announcement ready right after Memorial Day. If you’re planning to attend and have a session idea you’d like to propose, please feel free to send an email. I appreciate your support, and look forward to spending two-days with you in Nashville in September.