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The Western Association of Broadcast Engineers (a.k.a. WABE) is a non-profit organization with the objectives to promote and advance the dissemination of engineering knowledge among its members, and to represent the interests of the majority of its members to duly appointed technical, educational, and legislative institutions. Primary means of achieving this is by organization of an annual convention at which appropriate engineering papers are presented and current broadcast equipment is exhibited.
Each year, WABE holds an annual convention that highlights the best of radio and television technologies and provides a venue for engineers to share information and their experiences.
If you are interested on serving on any of our WABE committees, please contact one of the executive.
If you have an interest in joining the WABE or obtaining more information, please feel to contact us at any time: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do your interests or work include Broadcast and Streaming, Networked Audio, Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality, Live Sound, Studio Recording, Home Recording, Music Production, Game Audio, Sound for Picture or Product Development? The 143rd Audio Engineering Society International Convention has you covered in one exclusively end-user focused event.
All Access registration provides access to the entire Convention, including a comprehensive papers, workshops and tutorials program. Exhibits-Plus access gains you entry to the exhibition floor and demo rooms, where leading manufacturers reveal and demonstrate the latest in audio hardware and software tools. The "Plus" includes the application-oriented sessions on the exhibit floor Expo theatres and Pavilions, along with other special events.
Since 1951, the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association is the only trade association which supports, promotes and represents all radio and television broadcasters in Wisconsin. The WBA’s membership is comprised of 98 percent of all radio and televisions stations in Wisconsin, as well as associate member companies who provide services to the state’s broadcasting industry. Member services include a variety of education programs, state and national legislative and legal and regulatory advisory services, and a host of networking opportunities.
If you are a radio or television station (licensed by the FCC to the state of Wisconsin), a broadcasting retiree or a business providing services to Wisconsin’s broadcasting industry and interested in joining the WBA, please contact the WBA.
Is an association for advancing the knowledge of its members in the theory and practice of all aspects of broadcast engineering including Radio and Television programming and its distribution over the air or via the Internet. The CCBE is a member driven organization. The Executive Committee is made up of experienced members of the Broadcast Industry who volunteer their time and energy to the organization.We, at CCBE, believe this is a unique opportunity for you to attend our SBE industry training and Certification, and a selection of technical papers covering a wide range of topics. You will learn about, Radio and TV systems, HD and 4k production and post-production, compression technologies, web distribution, and terrestrial digital transmission for fixed or mobile reception. You can mingle with the other attendees and celebrate the Awards presented to members of our Engineering community.
Running since 1967, the IBC Show has been “by the industry, for the industry” and is a crucial event in the calendar of broadcast and media professionals worldwide, providing an invaluable annual meeting-point for the industry. The result of extensive independent research, IBC365 was born of the desire for more IBC-generated industry insight outside of show time, connecting the community of 1,700+ exhibitors and 55,000+ visitors and delivering year-round access to the wealth of knowledge held by IBC’s wide range of industry experts.
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The Arkansas Broadcasters Association maintains this concise list of events of interest to broadcasters, both here in Arkansas and nationwide. If you host an event that you'd like us to include, please email the information to us.
The Arkansas Broadcasters Association’s 2018 Annual Convention will be August 2-3 at the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown Little Rock. Note your calendar!
The OAB is a non-profit organization of over-the-air radio and television stations organized to serve the public interest and promote the cooperation and prosperity of its members. A 12-member Board of Directors governs the OAB.
A valuable resource for its members, the OAB provides information about regulation, advertising, employee recruitment, education and training, and the myriad of issues affecting our changing industry.
A unique, experiential setting for networking, learning and discovery, NAB Show® is where content comes to life.
From discovering content creation and workflow solutions on the show floor or exploring new revenue streams and business models from global thought-leaders, you’ll gain insight, expertise and advice from the industry’s movers and shakers driving the industry forward.
On March 13-14, join SVG in Atlanta for a two-day event at Mercedes-Benz Stadium — home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons and MLS’s Atlanta FC — as we go behind the scenes at the venue and explore the latest and greatest in venue-production workflows, technology, and trends with a special focus on fan engagement.
RWW2018 will be held at the Hyatt Regency Orange County in Anaheim on 14 - 17 January 2018. The venue is located in scenic Garden Grove near Anaheim and Disneyland Resort with numerous culinary and entertainment options. With many wireless semiconductor companies, a plethora of startups, as well as excellent universities nearby in Southern California, Anaheim will be a great location for all the attendees. RWW2018 consists of five related conferences that focus on the intersection between wireless communication theory, systems, circuits, and device technologies, creating a unique forum for engineers to discuss various technologies for state-of-the-art wireless systems and their end-use applications. The conference bridges the gaps between digital, RF, hardware, and software, which all need to be seamlessly combined to keep the wireless industry and mobile applications growing.
RWW's multidisciplinary events bring together innovations that are happening across the broad wireless spectrum. It is our hope that RWW is a place where you will not only find discussions of present problems, but you will also be inspired by the diverse technical contents that might spark ideas for future research.
In addition to traditional podium presentations and poster sessions, there will be a track for IEEE Distinguished Lectures, Sunday half-day workshops, Monday panels (PAWR and Young Professionals), and a demo session on Tuesday. We have the pleasure of hosting a 1½-day IoT Summit that will bring together the research community, industry and the public sector around Connectivity and Communications. TWIOS is hosting a full-day workshop on Monday titled Microwaves, CubeSats and Small Satellites. A highlight on Tuesday will be the plenary talk given by Mehmet Yavuz from Qualcomm. Also on Tuesday afternoon, in its sixth year, there will be a demo session where presenters can bring in a demonstration of their latest wireless experiments for a hands-on interactive forum. Demo sessions are particularly in keeping with the spirit of RWW because we get to see and feel how people are tackling real-world problems to address the next wireless innovations. Please take time to visit each exhibitor on Monday and Tuesday afternoon because his or her participation helps to make this event possible and highlight how our technology is impacting our world.
To support and encourage students pursuing a career in a wireless area, we will have a student paper competition with awards that will be presented at the Tuesday plenary session. On Monday morning, all student paper competition finalists will give an oral 4-5 minute elevator pitch and then again present their work in a traditional poster session that afternoon. I encourage you to check out what the next generation of wireless engineers are pursuing.
I would also like to personally thank all of the committee members who have spent countless hours working to bring this program together. In conclusion, I invite you to join us for four days of great technical presentations, discussions, networking, and some fun in warm Anaheim, Southern California, 14-17 January 2018.
The Broadcast Equipment Exhibition, the original name of Inter BEE, was first held in 1965 by the National Association of Commercial Broadcasters in Japan (NAB-J) as a joint exhibition with the 2nd Technical Report Conference on Commercial Broadcasting at the Invention Hall in Toranomon, Tokyo, with some 12 companies exhibiting products. The second exhibition was held in 1966 under the joint sponsorship of NAB-J and the Electronic Industry Association (currently known as the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association/JEITA). From the third exhibition in 1967, the venue was moved to the Science Museum located in Kitanomaru Park, Tokyo, which had just opened at the time. The fourth exhibition in 1968 was held under the main sponsorship of the Electronic Industry Association with the NAB-J as a supporting organization.
The National Association of Broadcasters is the voice for the nation's radio and television broadcasters. As the premier trade association for broadcasters, NAB advances the interests of our members in federal government, industry and public affairs; improves the quality and profitability of broadcasting; encourages content and technology innovation; and spotlights the important and unique ways stations serve their communities. Learn more at www.nab.org.
The Radio Advertising Bureau serves more than 6,000 member radio stations in the U.S. and over 1,000 member networks, representative firms, broadcast vendors, and international organizations. RAB leads and participates in educational, research, sales, and advocacy programs that promote and advance radio as a primary advertising medium. Learn more at www.rab.com.
Beijing International Radio, TV & Film Exhibition (BIRTV) is the most influential exhibition in the broadcasting industry in Asia, which has been well received at home and abroad. Regarded as a must-attend event, BIRTV concentrates on content, gathers the latest developments and global inspiration of technical innovation. As the compelling market of China continues to grow, this exhibition establishes an inspiring platform for all the brightest minds with finest products in the industry to gather and interact with each other. In October 2007, BIRTV got endorsed by IABM. A full success was seen in BIRTV2014, 519 companies and 58,500 visitors attended. Entrepreneurs, investors, technicians etc. of top manufacturers found their opportunities in the exhibiting area of 50,000 square meters to show fine products, exchange ideas and participate in a variety of attractive activities.
This year BIRTV will provide the latest tools and solutions through all the sections of broadcasting technology. Audiences can easily approach all the highlighted trends such as Ultra HD (4K/8K), OTT, Mobile Media and Pro Audio, and find how traditional broadcasting changes themselves in new ways. Related activities such as BIRTV Summit, BIRTV Awards, BIRTV Science & Technology Development Forum (STDF) etc. will also give you brand new experiences. We sincerely invite you to join us at BIRTV2015！
SET is a non-profit association of professionals and companies engaged with the creation and delivery of electronic media content on television, radio, film and new media. It is the main source of information and the main discussion forum on trends, regulations, content creation, production and delivery, for broadcast and new media technology in Brazil.
The Australia Section of the SMPTE was founded in 1971. Today, it is part of the SMPTE Asia Pacific Region that includes more than 750 members. SMPTE in Australia has been a leader in building ties between like-minded and guild organisations serving the media and content industry. Further information about SMPTE Australia is available at smpte.org.au.
BroadcastAsia2017, Asia’s must attend international event for the pro-audio, film and broadcasting industries, wants you to leave your ‘Imagination Unbound’. Witness the state-of-the-art technologies / solutions presented by leading brand owners and solutions providers. Take away insightful knowledge from industry’s experts in BroadcastAsia2017 International Conference and join the various engaging and informative activities on the exhibition floor. Congregate and network with professionals from Broadcast, Production, Post Production, Digital Media, Entertainment, Houses of Worships, System Integrators, Rental Houses and Education!
KOBA2017 held a total scale of 27,997sqm in COEX Hall A, C, D and will be presenting the next generation’s broadcast services and the future of image, sound and lighting industry with 932 companies from 32 countries including 189 domestic manufacturing companies. In particular, during the KOBA Show, more than 80 international broadcasting technology conferences are hosted by KOBETA (The Korea Broadcasting Engineers & Technicians Association). And through the sound-related technical expert seminar, organized by KASA (Korea Association of Sound Artists) and Acoustical Society of Korea, provide an opportunity to acquire information specialized to the sound and broadcasting system. Other than that, various events are available for visitors also.