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Youth and experience equally dazzle attendees at RAIN Summit Orlando

RAIN Summit Orlando was staged yesterday at the Hilton Bonnett Creek resort outside of Orlando, in association with the NAB/RAB Radio Show. Two-hundred attendees packed RAIN’s venue within the expansive conference hotel to hear the latest thought leadership in radio streaming, podcasting, research, ad technology, and other aspects of digital and online audio. Also, there was that Gen Z panel… Continue Reading

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“First Mover” tickets now available for Podcast Business Summit, with Starbucks perk

Ticket sales are open for the RAIN Podcast Business Summit , March 22, at New World Stages in New York. First Mover registrations benefit from the lowest price — just $299 for the only event examining and defining the business marketplace of on-demand audio, and the opportunity for advertisers. These early buyers will also receive a $15 RAIN-branded Starbucks gift card when they pick up their badges. The First Mover tickets last until February 22. Click through for special speaker reveals.
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Announcing the 2nd Annual RAIN Podcast Business Summit, March 22 in New York

RAIN is pleased to announce the second annual Podcast Business Summit, following the success of the 2017 event in New York. The 2018 edition of this breakthrough event will be held at New World Stages, 340 W. 50th Street, on March 22. The Podcast Business Summit is the only event examining and defining the on-demand audio marketplace, its growth, trends, and the podcast opportunity for brands, businesses, and advertisers. Continue Reading

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Podcasting and Predictions at PM17

At Podcast Movement last week, a panel of thought-leaders well known to RAIN readers and Summit attendees made a series of predictions to answer questions put by moderator Bryan Moffet of National Public Media. Sarah van Mosel (Market Enginuity), John Rosso (Triton Digital), Rob McCracken (Scripps) and Rob Walch (Libsyn) were in hot seats of a panel put on by Jacobs Media in a conference track marketed to radio professionals. Continue Reading