Audacy's Chief Information Officer on Relevance and Influence: How Radio Remains the Cool Kid After All!

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Chris Martin, lead singer of Coldplay once said in an interview with Audacy, "I think radio is a way to take the pulse of the world". How has its role changed in our lives over the years? Some thought the radio was put out to pasture but au contraire, with the medium now being accessible on more devices than ever before. Combined with the rise of digital audio, podcasting, audio-based mobile apps such as Clubhouse, and the insights that technology analytics is providing, audio climbs to the top as a source of relevance, influence and a big player in both community news and national broadcasting.

With her deep understanding of the media technology ecosystem, our guest Sarah Foss, chief information officer at Audacy, a leading media and entertainment company and one of the two largest radio broadcasters in the U.S. today, provides answers, trend insights as well as inspiration as to how to bring more women along in tech and STEM leadership positions.

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