RAB Announces Radio Additional Talent Institute for 2023
|RADIO ONLINE | Thursday, November 3, 2022|
National Radio Talent System (NRTS), a division of the Radio Advertising Bureau, announces the return of the GAB Radio Talent Institute at the Grady School of Journalism at the University of Georgia. The institute will take place in person May 15-24, 2023. The Georgia Association of Broadcasters is the sponsor responsible for making the GAB Radio Talent Institute possible.
The talent incubator spans ten days and is led by broadcast professionals that bring their real-world industry knowledge from around the state and country to educate students.
College students from universities throughout the state and region apply to be accepted into the GAB Radio Talent Institute. This provides an ideal networking pool for the students and a wide variety of potential interests within the classroom for industry professionals to identify and actively recruit from. Upon completion of the Institute, students can further their networking capabilities with the ability to access the National Radio Talent System's Career Center.
"We are delighted to have the GAB Radio Talent Institute make its return after a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic," said RAB President/CEO Erica Farber. "Collaborating with Bob Houghton and the Georgia Association of Broadcasters enables us to bring this world-class program to life in the southeast and further develop the next generation of broadcasters."
GAB President Bob Houghton stated, "I believe that this is one of the most impactful things that we have accomplished at the GAB. This program is the opportunity to cultivate that passion and turn it into a career. I am thrilled we are doing it in Georgia, with our partners at the University of Georgia and the National Radio Talent System. This program is fantastic for the overall good of our industry, and our hope is that it will be done all over the country."
As previously announced, Confer Radio Talent Institute and Kellar Radio Talent Institute will also be returning in 2023 along with the inaugural IBA Radio Talent Institute.
To find out more information about the radio talent institutes, visit here.
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