04.05.2005 12:00 AM
Broadcasters to Tackle Indecency Issues at 'Town Meeting'
One of the hot topics for NAB attendees this year will be responsible programming.

Broadcast execs will address decency, or a lack of, and other issues affecting broadcasters during the session, "Come Together, Right Now! Broadcaster Town Meeting on Indecency and Responsible Programming," on April 19.

Jeff Greenfield, senior analyst, CNN, will moderate the session. Panelists include broadcast leaders David J. Barrett, president/CEO, Hearst-Argyle Television; Gary Chapman, chairman/president/CEO, LIN Television; David Kennedy, president/CEO, Susquehanna Media; Mark Mays, president/COO, Clear Channel Worldwide; Jeff Smulyan, chairman/CEO, Emmis Communications; and Tony Vinciquerra, president/CEO, Fox Networks Group. The panel discussion will also feature Vicky Rideout, vice president of the Kaiser Family Foundation.

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