P&G Exec to Deliver a Keynote on the Power of Urban Radio Forum

The 22nd Annual Power of Urban Radio Forum will be held on October 22 at
Washington, DC The event will celebrate Black Radio’s 75th anniversary and Proctor & Gamble Brand Director Marc Pritchard will deliver the keynote.

Urban radio personalities from American Urban Radio Networks, iHeart Media, Service Broadcasting and Urban 1 will be on hand for a discussion on the power of personalities and the power of urban radio.

KizartMedia Partners, the National Association of Black-Owned Broadcasters, and the U.S. Black Chamber of Commerce will host a forum of global CEOs and marketers that provides the opportunity to connect with the black consumer market of over $1.5 trillion.

Marc Pritchard, Chief Brand Officer of Procter and Gamble will deliver the keynote
remarks at the event taking place at the Washington, DC MGM Hotel and Casino.

Chief investment officers from the world’s leading media buying agencies at dentsu, Group M, IPG/Magna Global and Publicis Media will discuss each of their diversity, equity and inclusion commitments. Senior multicultural marketing and media executives at AARP, General Motors, Toyota, Procter and Gamble and the U.S. military will discuss how they use black-owned and black-targeted media, as well as their plans for the coming.

The emcee is Kevin Jenkins, executive vice president of sales for Service Broadcasting. Co-
The chairs are Sean Plater, chief executive of WHUR; Ivy Savoy-Smith, senior vice president and market leader of Audacy, Washington, DC; and Jeff Wison, Executive Vice President and Regional Director of URBAN 1. Sherman Kizart, Founder and Managing Director of KMP, says, “The Power of Urban Radio 2022 will focus on how Corporate America and the global media agency pivoted on the importance of investing in African American media.This is a must-attend event to personally engage these leaders around their corporate commitments today and each of their journeys.

Register now at www.NABOB.org, or call 202-463-8970. Contact Sherman Kizart at 312-421-4803, [email protected].

Melvin B. Baillie