NAB Head Heads To Miami For Hispanic Radio Conference


Hispanic media leaders will have the opportunity in late March to enjoy an intimate conversation with a Washington, D.C., leader working hard to ensure that the needs of radio and TV broadcasters are met at the FCC and on Capitol Hill.

Former Oregon Sen. Gordon Smith, the President/CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), will be in Miami to serve as the special moderator of the 2020 Hispanic Radio Conference Executive Leadership Roundtable.

On the panel are Otto Padron, President/CEO of Los Angeles’ rapidly growing Meruelo Media; Univision Radio President Jesus Lara; and Spanish Broadcasting System (SBS) COO Albert Rodriguez.

“If you want to know the future of Hispanic radio, listen to what its leaders are saying,” notes Hispanic Radio Conference organizers Streamline Publishing, parent company of Radio Ink and Radio + Television Business Report. “If you want to know what broadcasting’s top advocate to Washington and the world is asking them, you’ll want to be in the room.”

A limited number of seats remain available at the early bird price.


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Registration prices increase on February 29, 2020.