Wednesday, February 20
Broadcast Pioneers Lunch Panel
12:00PM - Networking
12:30PM - Lunch
12:45PM - Speaker Panel
Bala Golf Club
2200 Belmont Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131
The Press Club of Delaware County Joins
THE BROADCAST PIONEERS OF PHILADELPHIA
$28.00 At the Door - Checks payable to the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia.
Includes salad, a 3-course meal, dessert, iced tea and coffee.
Celebrating 35 Years of 92.5 XTU, Philadelphia's Country Station
Call now for reservations (856) 365-5600 or E-mail:
email@example.com. This event is open to the
public. Plenty of FREE parking. Luncheons are open to all our
members, their guests, and any person in the industry or
associated fields, whether active or retired. You do NOT have
to be a member to attend. There is no reserved seating at our
The MC for the afternoon is Broadcast Pioneers board member Leigh Richards, who spent 25 years at WXTU. Do
not miss a special performance by new country star, Reviver recording Artist, Tenille Arts.
The panel includes (in alphabetical order):
Joe Bell - Beasley Broadcasting Market Manager for Philadelphia
Natalie Conner - GM of WXTU for many years, now retired.
Lora Lewis - Former Creative Services Director of WXTU
Joel Raab - President of Joel Raab Country Radio/Media
Mark Razz - Program Director of WXTU, 92.5 on your FM dial
Andie Summers - Morning Host, 92.5 XTU, Phila.'s country station
It all takes place at the beautiful and historic Bala Golf Club (across the street from the state police) in the Wynnefield section of Philadelphia. Only minutes away from Channels 6, 10 and 17 and the radio stations in Bala Cynwyd. Lunch includes a nice, fresh, green salad with dressing, a roll, a 3-course meal, dessert, iced tea and coffee.
The Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia...
A state-chartered, federally recognized, 501c non-profit organization, devoted to collecting information about and promoting cultural work related to broadcasting and communications in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US, and its metropolitan area, the Delaware Valley. The group was founded in 1962 as a local chapter of the national Broadcast Pioneers organization, but became an independent organization in 1995.