Apply to CRB Women in Radio Scholarship

Friday, Sept. 23, marks the deadline to apply for the CRB Lisa McKay Women in Radio Scholarship program.  Each applicant must fill out an online application (here) and submit, in 500 words or less, why she should be considered before the deadline. Eligible applicants must be either a female College Senior broadcast communications student involved in radio programming or a female with one to three years maximum experience in the radio business as a Program Director, Assistant Program Director, or Music Director. This individual must be a first-time CRS attendee.

DMR/Interactive joins CRS as a supporting partner of this scholarship program for 2023, adding to its existing participation in the CRS Rusty Walker Scholarship program.

Honoring the late Lisa McKay, a 2018 Country Radio Hall of Fame inductee who famously mentored numerous young, female radio professionals during her 16 years of programming WQDR/Raleigh, this scholarship program awards three aspiring female radio programmers the opportunity to attend their first-ever CRS. Each scholarship package will include complimentary registration, hotel, and airfare for CRS 2023, held March 13-15, 2023. Scholars will be recognized at CRS 2023 during CRS Honors, which is the kick-off to the 3-day event.

Registration for CRS 2023 is open and is $649 per person. Unlike previous years, New Faces of Country Music® Showcase tickets are sold separately for $100 per ticket. New Faces of Country Music Showcase tickets are limited; therefore, purchasing tickets early is encouraged. Registration will be available through www.CountryRadioSeminar.com.

Country Radio Seminar will take place Monday, March 13 - Wednesday, March 15 at the Omni Nashville Hotel. For more information on CRS, visit www.CountryRadioSeminar.com and follow CRS on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. Additional information can be obtained by calling 615-327-4487.