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CRS 2024-2025 Agenda Committee Members Announced


Country Radio Seminar
Country Radio Seminar

Country Radio Broadcasters (CRB) has announced its Agenda Committee leaders and members for the 2024-2025 Country Radio Seminar (CRS) year. Shelley Hargis of BBR Music Group will continue to lead as the Agenda Chair, accompanied by Co-Vice Chairs Krista Hayes (BBR Music Group) and Jesse Tack (Hubbard Cincinnati).

The 2024-2025 Committee members include Andrea Burtscher (Audacy), Kevin Callahan (Pamal Broadcasting), Samantha DePrez (Curb Records), Paisley Dunn-Banks (Seven Mountains Media), Nick Steele (Audacy), Amy Foxx (Hubbard Broadcasting), Alek Halverson (iHeartMedia) Maverick Johnson (iHeartMedia), Sarah Kay (Rubber City Radio Group/WQMX), Victoria Mason (Warner Music Nashville), Brad Mates (Band & Crew Financial), Nicole Michalik (Beasley Media/WXTU), Ashley Morrison (iHeartMedia), Jordan Pettit (Opry Entertainment Group), Scott Roddy (Audacy), Jennifer Shaffer (Wheelhouse Records/BMG Nashville) and Kathleen Shea (SiriusXM/Pandora).

Brittani Johnson (Big Loud Records) will lead the agenda content for the Digital Music Summit, which will return on the first day of the CRS 2025 educational curriculum. The Digital Music Streaming Team also includes Claire Heinichen (Spotify), Gemma McInturff (Spotify), Vipin Reddy (UMG Nashville), and Alina Thompson (SiriusXM & Pandora).

Committee leader Shelley Hargis commented, "I could not be more thrilled to lead the agenda team again this year. Last year, our team launched a few new things at CRS, and we plan to continue those. Working together with a group of people who LOVE the Country Music Industry, and especially CRS, as much as I do, is so exciting and invigorating. And the team we have put together for this year is ready to take on the task of making this year the best yet."

For additional information on CRS and its endeavors, please visit the website at CountryRadioSeminar.com.

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