Radio Ink Forecast Provides the Most Accurate, Up-to-the-Second Data and Trends to Enable You to Plan for 2016.
If you are in radio and planning your 2016 budgets, this event gathers the smartest minds in broadcast and advertising to forecast trends, expectations, and revenues for the coming year. It is a must-attend event.
Following the event is radio’s premier networking event, honoring “The 40 Most Powerful People in Radio.”
Author and veteran political consultant and commentator Dick Morris is joining the lineup at Forecast 2016 as a keynote speaker, where he'll be speaking about "Decoding the Presidential Race."
The early political season for 2016 has been wild for both Republicans and Democrats, with questions about whether either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be in it until the end -- and if they're not, exactly who will move in ahead of them. And all the drama and uncertainty have big implications for radio, both in revitalizing political talk and in the prospects for a political revenue windfall -- some see it happening, but others are not as optimistic. Dick Morris is a genuine political pro, and he can help you get a sense of what's on the way in this contentious, fascinating election cycle.
Greater Media Chairman/CEO Peter Smyth and Sugarloaf Rock Capital Managing Partner Drew Marcus will be serving as co-chairs of Forecast 2016, set for November 17, 2015 in New York City.
Peter Smyth is not just a leading executive, he’s one of the industry’s most visible and highly regarded spokesmen on the issues that concern us all. He says, “I am honored to be co-chairing Radio Ink’s Forecast 2016 event with Drew Marcus this year. This progressive, forward-thinking annual gathering of the leading experts from Wall Street to Main Street provides an important platform to discuss real and relevant issues that are paramount to the overall success of our industry, as well as look at the near- and long-term future of radio as an investment.”
And who better to talk about radio as an investment — and the other financial aspects of this complex industry — than Drew Marcus? He’s been investing in tech, media, and telecom at Sugarloaf Rock Capital since 2009 and before that was vice chairman of global banking at Deutsche Bank, focusing on media, and he has a decades-long background in industry research and analysis covering radio, TV, outdoor, entertainment, and publishing.
Marcus says, “I am honored to co-chair Radio Ink’s Forecast 2016 with Peter Smyth, a leader and forward thinker in the radio industry. I look forward to exploring the future of radio in the changing media landscape.”
Revenue and investments, digital trends and automotive, the performance tax and FM chips, and everything else you need to know and understand to be prepared for a tumultuous — and exciting! — 2016. Attendance is limited to 200, so sign up now. You don’t want to miss this! Read more:
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