CBI Announces Keynote Speaker for Conference
Sep 17, 2014 4:48 PM
SEATTLE�College Broadcasters, Inc. says Seattle broadcaster John Curley will serve as keynote speaker for the third annual National Student Electronic Media Convention on Saturday, Oct. 25.
The Emmy award-winning television and radio broadcaster will share his personal formula for success at the event.
Curley hosted King 5 TV''s Evening Magazine, the highest-rated regionally produced TV show in the country for fourteen years, and earned numerous local Emmy Awards and the Edward R Morrow Award for Excellence in Journalism. He now works as host of The Curley and Tom Morning Show on KIRO(FM).
The 2014 NSEMC will be held at the Renaissance Seattle, Oct. 22-25, with three days of programming and interactive sessions led by professionals, student media advisers and students from college media outlets. The convention will also include intensive pre-convention workshops, a special NPR Next Generation Radio project and the announcement of the National Student Production Awards winners on Saturday, Oct. 25.
College Broadcasters Inc. represents students involved in radio, television, webcasting and other related media ventures.