SEPTEMBER 17-19, 2013 ----  Hyatt Regency ATLANTA
The Content Conversation Continues

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Thursday, September 19 • 2:30pm - 3:45pm
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Pandora and Spotify have already changed the world public radio music stations live in. Now, thanks to ever-smarter smart phones and that Connected Car in the driveway, news and information stations face an audience trained to enjoy—and expect—an on-demand, customizable service. How will this impact the stories we tell, the services we provide, the loyalty of our current audience and our own opportunities to grown and evolve? We’ll explore possible implications of this unstoppable disruption with three panelists from the worlds of content creation, distribution and programming. 

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Christopher Bannon

Vice President, Content Development & Production, WNYC
Chris Bannon is vice president for Content Development and Production at WNYC Radio. He has spent more than 20 years working in public broadcasting in a variety of roles, including membership and development, live radio comedy-variety shows, news, digital media and... Read More →

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Phil Redo

General Manager, WGBH
Phil Redo is general manager for WGBH Radio, Boston – over News/Talk WGBH, News/Talk WCAI (Cape Cod ) and Classical WCRB. He oversees local editorial contributions to WGBH co-productions, including PRI’s The World and The Takeaway. Local television programs... Read More →
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Jake Shapiro

Chief Executive Officer, PRX
Jake Shapiro is founding chief executive officer of PRX - an award-winning nonprofit whose mission is to harness technology to bring significant stories to millions of people. Since its launch in 2003, PRX has been a leader and innovator in public media: pioneering... Read More →

Thursday September 19, 2013 2:30pm - 3:45pm EDT
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