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Wednesday, October 16 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
College Radio: Round Table Workshop

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Jump into something a little different with these small group discussions led by respected members of the radio community. Likeminded individuals get together to share ideas, debate, brainstorm and learn about specific aspects of the music industry and community in an exciting, hands-on way. This is real-life workshopping for college radio.

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Interim Director, Georgetown University, Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution
Dr.Craig Zelizer is the Interim Director of the Georgetown MA in Conflict Resolution Program and the Founder/CEO of Peace and Collaborative Development Network, one of the global networks connecting over 34,000 individuals and organizations involved in social change, peacebuilding, development and related fields from around the globe. PCDN is based at 1776 in Washington, DC, one of the top business incubators in the world. | | He has been... Read More →
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Kaity Davie

A long time lover of music, marathons, and radio, Kaity Davie spends her time holding down the college radio promoter lifestyle at The Syndicate. Residing in the oft-forgotten borough of Queens, Kaity spends her "free time” appreciating raspberry pie and seeking out parties with unlimited juice.
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Kaity Davie

social media strategist, The Syndicate
In her daily life, Kaity talks music by day and lurks venues, NYC parks, and public libraries by night. Currently, she makes magic happen across a number of social networks for a number of bands, brands, and authors. Kaity keeps her sanity by writing rambling lines of prose and celebrating the seasonal flavors of Polar Seltzer.
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Nusrat Durrani

Nusrat joined MTVN in 1996 and served in key business & creative roles, incl. launch of MTV.COM & creation of MTV World, Viacom’s global engine for content & innovation. He is GM/SVP. He produced award-winning live music series: The Music Experiment & The Best New Band in the World. Nusrat is the creator/Exec Prod/Co-Dir of Rebel Music, a 6-part doc series re young musicians/activists that are fighting injustice in turbulent parts of the... Read More →
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Jeb Gutelius

Jeb builds ideas into organizations, foundations and progressive companies; most often with musicians. He is currently collaborating with the band FUN. to build and grow The Ally Coalition.
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Mohamed Helmy

"Life is a journey, not a home" Mohamed is a serial entrepreneur, social entrepreneur, activist, investor. Involved in/started many businesses and projects in both the profit and the nonprofit worlds. MasterPeace Co-Founder/CEO; Co-owner/Advisor EWS Egypt, Country Coordinator - Dance4Life Egypt
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Sean Moran

Before No Sleep I was Head Of Radio Marketing at The Planetary Group and before that, I was the Music Director of WQRI in Bristol, RI.
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Jessica Weber

co-sign was founded by former SPECTRE Entertainment Group VP/ Warner Brothers A&R Scout Jessica Weber, and created with the intention of being a one-stop for artists, labels, and brands in need of promotion, development & marketing services. The company is a collective of independent business owners and contractors which is constantly evolving, and exists to connect each client to the best partners to fit their respective needs.
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The Narcicyst, aka Yassin Alsalman:a musician/actor/multimedia artist who shared his work at TedEx, The Dubai Intl Film Fest, Melbourne Fest & Montreal Intl Jazz Fest. He performed in the Middle East, Europe & N America, sharing the stage w/hip-hop elite; rocking festivals, classrooms & global cinema. Acting roles incl Dubai’s City of Life, TV5’s Betes Humaines & Rise - his short film w/Ray Ban. Holds Masters/Media Studies, founded co. The... Read More →

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