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Research: You Don't Even Know Who I Am

Give Me Fuel, Give Me Fire, Give Me Reba McEntire

Adopting The Metrics System

Breaking The Singles, Ladies




CRS Goes Virtual

Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc. (CRB) has unveiled plans to revise the annual Country Radio Seminar (CRS), rebranding as Country Radio Seminar (CRS) 2021: The Virtual Experience and adding an extra day of content. Now slated for February 16-19, 2021, programming will include the annual CRS Artist Interview session with Capitol’s Luke Bryan and a newly launched Streaming Summit. “Now, everybody can come to CRS,” says CRB Exec. Dir. RJ Curtis. “Our expanded, four-day CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience will be an uncompromising event providing attendees with more than 14 educational sessions, four morning networking events, three lunchtime performances, four interactive workshops, all-day networking, Bob Kingsley’s Acoustic Alley and – for the first time in CRS history – a New Faces of Country Music ticket with every registration.”

A CRS360 webinar will be held this Wednesday, October 28 at 11am CT offering additional details, answering questions and revealing more content to be featured; sign up here. Early bird registration for CRS 2021: The Virtual Experience opens immediately following the webinar at 12pm CT with the rate of $149 per person being offered through November 4. Registration will increase to $199 effective November 5. Details here.