CBA Sets Agenda for Annual Confab

CBA Sets Agenda for Annual Confab
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The Connecticut Broadcasters Association is 50 this year. Plans are firmed up now for the CBA's annual convention, set for Nov. 3 in Hartford.
Session include a discussion of the status of homeland security, EAS and Amber in Connecticut; a review of the 2005 Alternative Inspection Program and EEO progress; a radio/TV sales seminar; a session for GMs and GSMs on regulatory issues, including HD Radio and FCC/localism; a job fair; and a look into the future of broadcasting featuring attorney John Garziglia and BIA Financial Network's Mark Fratrik.
Vendors registered to be on hand include the Connecticut Army National Guard, U.S. Coast Guard, Scott Studios, Broadcast Electronics, Vintage Radio & TV Museum of Connecticut, Switchcraft and SCMS.
The show is at the Connecticut Convention Center.


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