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RAB, Ad Council Team for ''Lead With Purpose'' Presentation


Radio Advertising Bureau
Radio Advertising Bureau

In conjunction with RAB's recent announcement that RAB and the Ad Council would launch new model to offer advertisers opportunity to integrate with social good campaigns, RAB will officially kick off the initiative with a joint RAB and Ad Council live presentation featuring an overview of the program and how radio sellers can bring it to market.

This initiative is reimagining the traditional PSA donated media model by offering radio broadcasters the ability to bring their local, regional and national brand advertisers the opportunity to sponsor important purpose-based messages that will inspire consumer trust and support the communities they serve.

The webinar entitled, "Lead With Purpose," is timed to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Month, with all sponsorable assets promoting "Love, Your Mind," the mental health campaign developed by Huntsman Mental Health Institute and the Ad Council.

During the presentation, attendees will be provided with an overview of the program as well as the tool kit available to radio sellers to present and share with relevant local advertisers.

The webinar takes place at noon CT on Wednesday, May 22, and features:

  • Mike Hulvey, president and chief executive officer, RAB
  • DJ Perera, chief media officer, Ad Council
  • Deborah Leiter, senior vice president of campaign development, Ad Council
  • Tony Mennuto, chief creative officer and founder, Audio Milkshake
  • Tammy Greenberg, senior vice president of business development, RAB
Registration for the presentation is free for RAB members. The presentation will also be available for on-demand viewing. To register, click here.

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