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Broadcasters Clinic Will Be Shorter (and Earlier) Next Year

Organizers announce a "condensed" schedule

Attorney David Oxenford speaks from the podium to a room full of engineers at the 2023 Broadcasters Clinic in Madison, Wis.
Attorney David Oxenford speaks to engineers at the 2023 Broadcasters Clinic in Madison, Wis.

The Broadcasters Clinic in Madison, Wis., will be condensed into two days rather than three next year. The conference will also be held earlier than in the recent past.

The popular technical event is sponsored by the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association and is headed into its 68th year. The Society of Broadcast Engineers has recognized the clinic for several years running with its “Best Educational Event” award.

In 2024 the clinic will be held on Sept. 10­ and 11, with a reception on Sept. 9.

“Tuesday will feature two concurrent sessions, one focused on radio and the other on TV,” the organizers announced. “Wednesday will bring all the engineers into the same hall for sessions relevant to all broadcast engineers.”

Traditionally the third day has featured TV-focused topics. The content from that day will now run concurrent to the radio content on Tuesday.

“The schedule and space for exhibitors will not change, but the schedule change means more TV-oriented engineers will be on hand for the exclusive exhibitor time on Tuesday.”

Registration will open in late spring.

Program Chair Jim Steinhart has posted on the clinic website that the 2023 conference this month drew attendees from at least 23 states, with approximately 45 exhibitors.

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