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JUNE 1-3, 2022


Momentum is Christian Music Broadcasters’ premier event, June 1 - 3 in Orlando, designed just for Christian radio! We believe in the power of the CMB community uniting under one roof to be educated, connected and challenged during the three full days of being together. This must attend event is action packed full of speakers, performances, breakouts, workshops, networking and more! You are guaranteed to leave inspired and better equipped to impact your community through Christian music.


The pace of our jobs is demanding and constantly growing. While we juggle the many responsibilities that are competing for our time, we must also keep a steady eye on the future and the growth potential before us. Radio is morphing faster now than ever before. Exciting times are ahead. With the advancement of the opportunities to reach more people for Christ, relationships remain a core value for radio. As we live in the “fast forward” mentality, let’s pause and see what amazing things God has in store for us at Momentum 2022!

"I don’t depend on my own strength to accomplish this; however I do have one compelling focus: I forget all of the past as I fasten my heart to the future instead. I run straight for the divine invitation of reaching the heavenly goal and gaining the victory-prize through the anointing of Jesus." Philippians 3:13 & 14 (TPT)



Momentum Workshops take place first thing Wednesday morning, with two hours of topic-related concepts, interactive learning, and discussions. Choose from 6 different workshop topics where you can learn more, develop new skills within an area of concentration, and revisit some basics.


All Momentum attendees can sign up for the following extra opportunities during the online registration process.

If this is your first time at Momentum or are a college student – Momentum Mentors are just for you! You will be paired with a leader in our industry that will help show you the ropes, invest in you, and introduce you to others throughout the conference.

We’ve all known the importance of moving into the digital space, but thanks to the pandemic, the move to digital has happened even quicker than anticipated. Is your station ready? CMB is offering one-on-one checkups during Momentum to assess how your station is doing and where you can improve.

Airchecks offer one-on-one sessions during Momentum for both On-Air Hosts and Program Directors. Top talent coaches in our industry will give you aircheck feedback and techniques while encouraging you on what’s working.

Just like on-air hosts, your imaging takes up a big amount of on-air real estate. It can help listeners fall in love with your station, your mission and Jesus. Come discuss how you can take your radio station to the next level using produced elements.



Where is Momentum located and where should I stay?

Momentum 2022 will be held at Sapphire Falls Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, FL. There are two host hotel options that are in walking distance to the Sapphire Falls Resort and Convention Center which is where Momentum 2022 is located. Both have discounted room rates for you to choose from in the Christian Music Broadcasters room block. The hotel rate cutoff date is Thursday, May 5. Book your room now >>

What is new for Momentum 2022?

CMB is packing the entire conference into THREE FULL DAYS with education starting first thing on Wednesday, June 1st and ending with the CMB Awards Dinner celebration on Friday, June 3rd.

The Check-in & Info Desk, along with the Exhibit Hall, will be open on Tuesday, May 31st from 3p – 7:30p.

You don’t want to miss the NEW Networking Lounge time on Tuesday night where you can connect with old and new friends

For those in social and digital media, there’s a Workshop specifically dedicated for you.

In order to better serve those who work in production and imaging, we’ve added the Imaging Checks to our line up of one-on-one opportunities.

The Acoustic Cafe, one of Momentum’s highest rated events, is moving to Thursday night.

Lastly, if you purchase the On Demand package, you will receive both the main stage presenter’s recordings as well as the audio from the breakouts.

This is my first time, how do I know where to go and what to do?

CMB connects first timers with a leader in the industry that will help invest in you, answer your questions, and to introduce you to others throughout the conference. You can sign up for a mentor when you register or send a request to info@cmbonline.org.

What is the attire at Momentum?

Attire at Momentum is casual. The conference is in Florida in June so it’s hot, but like most conference centers the inside is kept cold – so bring a light jacket. Don’t forget sneakers for the theme park day on Wednesday! 


What’s included in my Momentum 2022 registration?

Full registration includes all meals starting with a continental breakfast on Wednesday, June 1 through dinner on Friday, June 3, along with all educational sessions, music performances, and one ticket to Universal Studios Florida™ or Universal’s Islands of Adventure™ on Wednesday night (must attend Momentum Worship to receive your ticket).

Does CMB offer any discounts?

CMB Gold Members attend for free! There are also discounts for CMB Silver Members, Spouse/Child 10+, College Professors, Students and International attendees. Scholarships are available for those who need financial assistance. Learn more about scholarships >>

Can I get a refund or exchange?

To give you peace of mind about registering early, CMB is waiving the $50 cancellation fee again for 2022. All refund requests received in writing by Monday, May 9 will be honored. The total refund applied will be less credit card/service fees. After Monday, May 9, no refunds are available.

Does my spouse or child need a ticket? Can they eat with me at meals if they aren’t registered?

CMB offers a special registration rate for spouses and children. If you would like to purchase a meal ticket for any additional guests, the cost is $35 for breakfast, $55 for lunch and $75 for dinner. Meal tickets must be purchased in advance and are not available for purchase during Momentum. To purchase, contact info@cmbonline.org.

Is a Universal park ticket included in my Momentum registration?

Yes! Everyone with a full registration will receive a ticket to Universal Studios Florida™ or Universal’s Islands of Adventure™ to be used on Wednesday night (must attend Momentum Worship to receive your ticket).

Will we receive an Express Pass with the ticket to a Universal Orlando™ theme park?

Unfortunately, Express Passes are not included. They are available for an additional fee. You may purchase an Express Pass HERE.

Is there an On Demand option?

Yes! Relive all Momentum 2022 main stage speakers and audio recordings of all breakouts at your own pace. The On Demand link will be emailed to you the week of June 6th and will expire on Sept. 2nd. Please note that this does not include workshops or performances and is not live. We believe that attending in person is the BEST way to experience Momentum and get the full experience of all that’s offered.


When should I arrive and depart?

Make travel plans to join us on-site Tuesday, May 31st. The Check-in & Info Desk, along with the Exhibit Hall, will open from 3p – 7:30p which will allow you to get ready for Momentum and start first thing Wednesday morning. Plus there are other opportunities happening on Tuesday like the Women in Radio Party (4 – 5p) and the NEW Networking Lounge (7:30 – 9p). Book your return flight on Saturday, June 4th as there is a lot planned the night before. Get the most out of your Momentum experience and don’t miss a thing!

What airport should I fly in to, and how can I get from the airport to the hotel?

Airport:  Orlando International Airport (MCO)


Ground Transportation:  

Taxi: Taxis are on standby at Orlando International Airport, offering service to and from Loews Sapphire Falls Resort for an approximate fare of $55 each way, depending on traffic conditions. Standard taxis can accommodate up to four people. Travel time is approximately 30 minutes.

Uber: In Orlando, Uber only allows UberSELECT from the airport (which is about a $45-$55 ride, one-way). 

*Prices Subject to change


What are Momentum Workshops?

The Momentum Workshops will take place Wednesday morning, June 1st. These workshops will be two-hours of topic related concepts with interactive learning and discussions. There are six different workshop topics (Leadership, Music/Programming, On-Air, Promotions, Revenue & Social/Digital Media) to choose from where you can learn more and develop new skills in that area of concentration.

Will we be able to get liners or interviews from artists?

Please contact your record label rep to request and schedule artist liners or interviews.

Are there any safety regulations in place for Momentum 2022?

We are working closely with the host hotel and convention services team to provide a safe Momentum 2022. We will let you know of any updates or changes as they are communicated to us.




If you are interested in partnering with us in reaching radio’s decision makers, let us know!


Speakers & artists are subject to change. CMB’s mission is rooted in our faith in Jesus Christ and our desire to equip Christian music broadcasters. We acknowledge that all sponsors, speakers and event partners may not affirm our statement of faith. However, we believe that their participation will strengthen CMB’s overall mission and Kingdom objectives.

The team at 94.9 KLTY has served the Dallas/Fort Worth community for over 35 years. In 2020, the need was never greater. Through their local campaigns, Christmas Wish and Speak Love, they were able to assist many families who were impacted by not only the pandemic, but by hard times in general. The Speak Lovecampaign helped first responders, teachers, servers, food service staff, and many more within the community throughout the year. In 2020 94.9 KLTY’s Christmas Wish campaign brought Christmas joy to hundreds of families in the DFW area. They provided vehicles, food, toys, and other forms of relief to families in their community. They could not have reached any of these needs if not for their listeners and their generous donations to 94.9 KLTY’s nonprofit programs. In total, Speak Love and Christmas Wish raised more than $160,000 for those in need in Dallas/Fort Worth. They also recognized those sacrificial front-line workers and first responders who keep our community safe. Each week, 94.9 KLTY honored them, raised funds throughout the summer, and then presented each first responder with a check as a token of their gratitude. With countless families in need because of the pandemic, 94.9 KLTY also helped the Tarrant Area Food Bank distribute food essentials on multiple occasions in September, October, November. It is 94.9 KLTY’s sincere honor to serve our listeners in Dallas/Fort Worth.


LIFE 96.5 seeks to empower and serve the Sioux Falls area by reaching out in faith to help make it a better place to live and work. They want to lead their listeners to Jesus and help them grow in their faith through opportunities to love and serve others. In January 2020, LIFE 96.5 listeners donated over 950 brand new baby items during the Sioux Empire’s Largest Baby Shower. The Baby Shower grows every year, demonstrating their community’s love and support of the couples who are choosing life for their unborn children. LIFE 96.5 listeners, in partnership with Dacotah Bank, provided gift cards and cash donations to the Sioux Falls School District social workers to meet the needs of 1,000 homeless students. LIFE 96.5 also invited listeners to participate in a city-wide prayer parade, where they prayed for health care and government officials while driving past hospitals, schools, and city government offices. During the months of September and October 2020, LIFE 96.5 listeners provided over 250 twin sheet sets and 100 mattresses to the Sioux Falls Sleep in Heavenly Peace organization for children who are sleeping on floors. Through LIFE 96.5, listeners also made a difference in the lives of patients spending Christmas at Avera Behavioral Health Hospital. Each patient received a Christmas stocking filled with gifts and a note of encouragement. In addition, each Saturday morning LIFE 96.5 staff host Life Connection, a program featuring community leaders and discussing the needs and concerns of the Sioux Falls Community.


89.5 KVNE exists to glorify God by encouraging people, connecting their community, and pointing people to Jesus Christ. When their community was turned upside down by COVID, they knew they had to jump into action and mobilize their listeners to make a difference for Christ. To best serve their local community, KVNE held multiple drives to support local ministry partners and those most impacted by the pandemic. They collected 1,500 gift cards (totaling more than $15,000) to benefit those in need because of shutdowns, gathered over 12,000 diapers for foster families, and collected 150 care packages for senior citizens. They also collected 1,032 fans for the Salvation Army and over 1,000 pairs of shoes for kids heading back to school. Additionally, listeners donated 1,512 care packages for the homeless in East Texas, and KVNE hosted two blood drives to help those fighting the coronavirus. People across East Texas needed connection during the pandemic, so they organized a social media outreach, called Praise Defeats, a coordinated time where listeners shot videos of themselves singing “Raise A Hallelujah.” The videos were shared thousands of times, as they deepened their community’s connection. In addition, KVNE launched a Hispanic Christian music station (Fuzión), started a worship station (Lift Worship), and began a Bible Teaching Station (The Well) – all to help people grow in their faith. God allowed them to impact His Kingdom in profound ways and serve their local community powerfully during an unprecedented time when people needed hope like never before.


Since 1986, The JOY FM has made community service a hallmark of its ministry to listeners – first in Sarasota, and then expanding to Tampa, other Florida markets, and most recently to Atlanta and Middle Georgia. Even with this growth, community outreach remains hands-on, with legacy events like T-Shirts for Turkeys, which helped feed more than 28,700 families in all markets served last year. 2020 created new challenges for serving, so The JOY FM innovated several service projects to accommodate contactless delivery and social distancing. JOY Drop and Restock, a brand-new outreach, collected 30 tons of food to restock local food banks hit hard by the pandemic. Partnering with Natalie Grant and Hope for Justice, Team Freedom approached a grand total of $1,000,000 in 2020 to fight human trafficking. As listeners faced political rhetoric and serious questions about race and justice, as well as practical challenges like hybrid classrooms, The JOY FM programming (on terrestrial signals, as well as its LF Radio and JOY Worship platforms) responded with a recommitment to our mission of “Helping You Find JOY.” Resources for listeners, such as the Off Air with Carmen podcast, was provided to help listeners wrestle with big questions like Christian citizenship. Possibly The JOY FM’s most relevant community service effort for 2020 was prayer. The JOY FM’s Prayer and Crisis Referral service interacted with 620,936 listeners in need of prayer or help. Of those calls and texts, 4,949 listeners reported praying to place their faith in Jesus Christ.


“Hope Starts Here” is more than The Light FM’s tagline. It’s their mission. In 2020, they were intentional in regularly offering community-needed resources and hope-filled encouragement. They hosted their 5th annual Make a Difference training to encourage listeners to share God’s hope and saw 14 people begin a personal relationship with Jesus. The Light FM also visited eight local Law Enforcement agencies to share words of encouragement and care baskets. They partnered with East Tennessee Children’s Hospital and artists of Winter Jam for a private concert and time of prayer with families battling pediatric cancer. The Light FM listeners from five different cities donated 258 wheelchairs, 262 crutches, 259 walkers, 71 transport chairs, and 66 canes to Wheels for the World, which brings mobility and the hope of Christ around the world. During stay-at-home orders, The Light FM began offering free monthly virtual events, including: a graduation ceremony, featuring artists and Bible teachers; a conference with Crown Financial on how to manage finances during the pandemic; Girl Talk LIVE, a women’s event with worship and Bible study; God’s Hope in Crisis training with chaplains of the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team; a pastor appreciation event for local churches, featuring Chip Ingram and Matthew West; and a Family Christmas Night with live music, games, and a devotion from The Light FM staff. Even throughout the pandemic, The Light FM also found ways to be out in the public, safely, with six drive-in events featuring movies and live music.


2022 Membership Exclusives

January – 2022 Calendar
February – Mediabase Webinar
March – Social Series for Holy Week
April – Book
May – Virtual Radio Station Field Trip
June – Surprise at Momentum
July – Exclusive Momentum Content
August – Virtual Peer Networking Gathering
September – Fall Fun Box
October – Techsurvey Webinar
November – Noisemaker Promotions Vol 2 Book
December – Christmas Surprise 

*subject to change


Paul Cameron began his career in radio prior to graduating from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 1980, starting his first job in 1979 as part-time on-air talent at WMKC 96.7FM (an adult contemporary station). In 1980 Paul moved to part-time on-air talent for WHBY-AM 1230 (a news/talk station), and while still working there, began working part-time for WEMI 100.1FM. In 1981, he went full-time for WEMI and over the years served as program director, music director, station manager, and director of radio operations. In 2002 he assumed the role of executive director and general manager for Christian Family Radio, now known as The Family Radio Network. Since 2016 Paul has been chief operating officer and afternoon on-air host. He was part of the transition from one full power station to five full power stations and six translators, all in Wisconsin. Paul has given back to his community by serving on several local boards in various capacities, including The Emergency Shelter of Appleton, The Community Clothes Closet of Menasha, and Loaves and Fishes of the Fox Valley. He also serves on the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association Board of Directors and has been a fundraiser host with ShareMedia/Dunham+Company since 2002.


Rob Dempsey has been serving the HIS Radio Network listeners faithfully since 2000, currently working as operations manager and morning show co-host on the HIS Morning Crew with Rob & Lizz. Rob worked as a security guard at television studios for the Home Shopping Network before he was called into the radio ministry. Now, Rob’s personal stories of overcoming obstacles, walking through a long journey to health, and stepping out in faith and selflessness inspire his listeners. Some know him as the guy who lost 140 pounds to overcome obesity, others know him as the 16-year-old kid kicked out of his home to live in the streets, and others know him as being a foster and adoptive parent. Rob and his wife’s kids range from a 34-year-old war hero, 25-year-old social media marketing specialist, 19-year-old honors college student, a 12-year-old they adopted in November 2009, as well as many foster children throughout the last 9 years. Recently, Rob has been on a health journey which included two surgeries, one a major reconstructive surgery. These past two years have been a challenge for Rob, but he continues to show that through God, anyone can become an overcomer.


Since 1989, Mike Harper has faithfully impacted East Texas on-the-air at 89.5 KVNE, where he serves as VP Communications and morning show host. He began as a volunteer weekend DJ, driving from 90 miles away. Mike advanced the cause of Christian radio by serving several years on the steering committee for CMB, and he has taken part in every NCRS/CMB since 1999. According to Nielsen, Mike and Carrie in the Morning has been the #1 Morning Show for a decade (#1 Persons 12+) propelling KVNE as high as an 8.3 share and helping KVNE become the #1 rated station in the Tyler/Longview market. During that time, KVNE won 8 Station of the Year Awards (CMB & NRB). Additionally, Mike and his co-host Carrie Parsons have been awarded “Best Morning Show in East Texas” for 9 years in a row. Mike has shaved his head to reach a pledge drive goal, donned white tights and a cape “for the children,” and stood on top of a building during a remote broadcast. He has daily arrived faithfully at 5:00 am and braved ice, snow, hail, and tornados in an effort to keep his listeners safe, encourage them, and point them to Jesus.


Bryan O’Neal has spent a lifetime entertaining, encouraging, and spreading God’s love to millions over the airwaves, landing his first radio job in 1972 in mainstream Top 40 radio. In 1978 Bryan hosted and produced Portland’s first CCM’s 30-minute radio show on Top 40 62-KGW. He then teamed up with his good friend Bob Anthony to plan a full-time CCM station in Santa Rosa. Eventually that station became K-LOVE. After K-LOVE moved to Sacramento, Bryan became their full-time employee #13 in 1994. In 1998 Bryan worked as the program director for another CCM station, KPAM/Pamplin Media. In 2001 Bryan teamed up once again with Bob Anthony at EMF’s Air1. Bryan was instrumental in moving Air1’s entire Portland staff to the new building in Rocklin, where he worked as operations director and then program director. In 2005 Bryan worked a short stint at KTSL in Spokane, and then became the music director and afternoon host at 89.7 KSGN in Redlands, California. Bryan O’Neal has worked as the program director at KSGN and co-host with Brandi Lanai for nearly 10 years of Bryan and Brandi in the Morning. Bryan hung up his headphones for retirement in March of 2021.


Bill Scott is one of the founders of Vidare Creative, a fundraising consulting company which helps Christian radio stations, through their 365 plan concept, raise the funds they need to grow. Bill has been a part of Christian radio for 39 years. He’s worked at WCIE, The JOY FM, and WAY FM as a production director, on-air talent, program director, and station manager. Bill co-hosted Dawson McCallister Live, which aired on 500 radio stations each weekend. Bill began ZJAM, a syndicated show that aired on 350 stations in the USA, Canada, the UK, and Guatemala each weekend. Bill’s latest show was Xtreme Talk Live, airing each Sunday night on over 200 radio stations. Bill has hosted 700 fundraisers on Christian radio in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Bill also runs Men of Radio, a Facebook group with over 600 men from Christian radio. For the past three years, he has hosted the Men of Radio Winter Retreat in McCall, Idaho, with the focus of getting to know other men on Christian radio so they can walk through life together. Bill Scott believes passionately in Christian radio, and he has dedicated his life to see it grow.