New York Festivals Radio Programming & Promotions Awards, honoring the World’s Best Work, announced the appointment of its 2010 Advisory Board. This year’s Advisory Board features a panel of renowned international radio professionals who will generate prominence for the competition and expand the Radio Awards’ global footprint.
The 2010 Radio Programming & Promotions Awards Advisory Board includes: Margaret Low Smith, Head of Radio Programming, National Public Radio, USA; John MacCalman, Broadcast Producer/Consultant, Scotland; Peter Musngi, Vice President News & Sports, ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation, The Philippines; Dan Southerland, VP for Programming/Executive Editor, Radio Free Asia, USA; Mark Travis, Senior Producer, WFMT Network, USA; Havoc Franklin, Radio Manager Staff & Program Development, CBC, Canada; and Elyse Topalian, Vice President for Communications, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Their innovative ideas and depth of knowledge will ensure the competition stays in step with the evolving industry.
The New York Festivals Radio Programming & Promotions Awards honors the most innovative work in radio broadcasting, with entries from radio stations, networks and independent producers from around the globe.
All winning entries of the New York Festivals Radio Programming & Promotions Awards Competition are featured at: www.newyorkfestivals.com, and are promoted by our network of representatives in 84 countries around the world.