February 25-27, 2015
Visit each exhibit booth in the Exhibit Area. It's a great way to update yourself on the most current products and services available to the country radio industry.
- On-site Registration Rate = $629
- Unemployed Rate = $99
- Day Pass = $200
- Panel Pass Rate = $40
- UMG Lunch Ticket = $75
- Black River Lunch Ticket = $75
- Badge Replacement Fee = $170
- Badge Change Fee = $40
The Media Center is made available to approved media and publicists whom are conducting interviews with their artists during the seminar. The space is equipped with interview booths and availability is on a first come, first serve basis. Interviews are scheduled in advance of the seminar.
Country Radio Broadcasters’ President Charlie Morgan will gavel the seminar to its opening session. Flag Color Guard presented by the USMC. The anthem will be sung, The Mayor and Karl Dean of Nashville will welcome CRS attendees to Music City.
NATIONAL ANTHEM ARTIST
The Tom Rivers Humanitarian Award is given at the discretion of the Country Radio Broadcasters Board of Directors to recognize an individual in the Country Radio industry who has displayed a magnanimous spirit of caring and generosity in service to their community. This award is named in honor of CRB Board member Tom Rivers, who died in 2004 at age 38 of bronchial asthma. Rivers, known for his work at WQYK, Tampa/St. Petersburg and WUSN, Chicago, was highly regarded for his public service.
CRB Artist Humanitarian Award
The CRB Artist Humanitarian Award was created in 1990 by the organization’s board to honor those Country music artists who have exhibited exceptional humanitarian efforts during their career. Past recipients of the annual award have included Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Trace Adkins, Randy Owen, Toby Keith, Brad Paisley, Brooks & Dunn, Reba, Vince Gill, Garth Brooks and Charlie Daniels, among others.
The Welcome Reception is the traditional kick-off for CRS, giving you the first chance to visit with friends and acquaintances and to revisit your network of industry colleagues.
Since 2012, Country music’s most famous show has made its mark on CRS and brought star-studded shows to standing room only crowds. With the Opry’s signature barn backdrop and famous microphone stands on stage, the Nashville Convention Center is transformed to give audience members a real taste of the Opry and the Grand Ole Opry House in the middle of CRS.