Who are the best financial leaders in audiovisual media?





The industry’s top radio and television financial executives of 2020 have been chosen – thanks to readers of the Radio + Television activity report. And, for the first time, they are classified.

Who’s in the No. 1 position?

This is only in the summer 2020 print edition of Radio + Television activity report, which celebrates the Stream the Top Finance Leaders of 2020. We hope you will contact them and congratulate them for their outstanding leadership.

What else is in this dynamic print edition?

ESSENTIAL INTELLIGENCE, PRACTICALLY ACTIVATED

This year, the Kagan Media Summit includes two one-hour webinars. Robin Flynn, managing director of research at S&P Global Market Intelligence, reviews what’s on display.

THE BEAT CONTINUES FOR BROKERS AND FOR DC

As media brokers see significant fallout from the pandemic, in Washington the FCC is pushing on. We are looking at key initiatives for radio and television.

IS AVOD THE FUTURE OF TELEVISION?

Ad-supported video on demand, or “AVOD,” has become the hot new thing for marketers and media buyers. Will growth come at the expense of broadcasting?

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