The 2002 College Broadcasters Inc. annual convention is set for this fall in Florida. Organizers have put together more than 30 sessions related to radio, television and new media featuring speakers and real-world applications for the college broadcasting world. Session topics include streaming your signal on the Web, working with music companies, going digital, contesting and promotions, getting that first job and starting a sales/underwriting program. Events are scheduled for Oct. 31- Nov. 3 at the Hyatt Orlando/Kissimmee. Cost is $79 for student members, $105 for nonmember students and $40 for spouses, partners and family members. For more information e-mail email@example.com.
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