I asked some of the attendees at the AMPPR conference in NYC to write reports for this blog. Here is the first of two installments: From John Pitman, Music Director at All Classical in Portland OR: While visiting the facilities of WQXR/WNYC, I felt like I was walking the halls of some vast intergalactic public radio space […]
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The Music Personnel Conference is not just a chance for those of us in the radio biz to get together with old friends. It’s also a place to discuss best practices in our industry and to refill the well when the daily grind has depleted it. UPDATE: Here’s a timely article in the NY Times.
Happy Friday. I hope you’re getting spring weather, wherever you are. We are looking at low 60s and sunny in Seattle this weekend. AMPPR/MPC Registration is now open for the Music Personnel Conference in NYC Apr. 21-23. You can go to the AMPPR website for information. Rates have been reduced this year to make it […]
David Duff, President of the Association of Music Personnel in Public Radio (AMPPR) writes to say Greg Sandow, former critic for The Village Voice, Wall Street Journal, and the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, will speak at this year’s MPC. His upcoming book will be titled “Rebirth: The Future of Classical Music.” Greg will address the reasons he thinks […]