CRS Research Will Show Music's Popularity With Young
Country Radio Seminar has commissioned a country music research study which will be presented at CRS 2014 in Nashville this February. The data will focus on the increased popularity country music is seeing with the 12-34-year-old age group. CRS says, "Edison Research is surveying 1,500 12-34-year-old music and radio consumers to provide quantitave insight into the generation’s music attitudes and behaviors. In conjunction with this quantitative data, the team will interview a random pool of young country music listeners in their home environments."
A CRS panel titled “The New ‘Young Country’ Boom and What it Means to You” is scheduled for Wed. Feb. 19 at 2:30 p.m. It will include a multi-media presentation of the study from Larry Rosen and media strategist Jayne Charneski. CRS 2014 will be held February 19-21, 2014 at the downtown Nashville Convention Center.