The 2024 Momentum Summits will tackle the topics of Digital, Future of Radio, Music & Programming, and On-Air. These four specialized events are specifically tailored to meet the needs of those in the radio community. We bring together experts and prominent industry leaders to discuss ways to influence and grow Christian music radio’s audience through the specific focus of the individual Summits.
Attendees have the opportunity to participate in can’t-miss conversations on topics that are relevant to them, as well as the opportunity to engage with their peers on a deeper level. In the end, our goal is to provide resources that are designed to equip radio for greater impact and to help them reach their fullest potential.
More information coming soon – let us know if you have any questions.
Day 1 • Digital
Day 2 • Future of Radio
Day 1 • Music & Programming
Day 2 • On-Air
2024 Registration Pricing
$159 / 259
$209 / 339
Momentum Summits registration includes educational sessions, breakouts, performances, lunch, evening events, and more! Pricing subject to change.
The Nashville summit was a shot of adrenaline. There was learning, networking, inspiration, music and entertainment. As always, CMB delivered an energizing reboot in only two days. I never regret the investment.
The On-Air and Creative Momentum Summits were honestly the best I have ever attended. All the love for the CMB team who tirelessly works to bring us all together. And the labels and sponsors who help pay the bills. A great sense of love and unity this week here for this bunch.
Momentum Summits are unreal! It's a mini-Momentum with the same first class speakers, artists and atmosphere that makes every CMB event special. Guests that you can't hear from anywhere else and networking with the brightest minds in the industry...all ready to help make you better for the Kingdom of Jesus Christ.
It was so good to connect with industry friends, have some fun, learn some new things, and address some tough topics with peers. I appreciated the ways in which the intersection between programming and digital was addressed and new ways of thinking about that ‘marriage’ were shared.