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2013 CBI National Student Electronic Media Convention Registration Opens
San Antonio - Jun 24, 2013 - College Broadcasters Inc. (CBI) has opened registration for the 2nd annual National Student Electronic Media Convention (NSEMC). The NSEMC is dedicated exclusively to the interests of student TV/video outlets, radio stations and webcasters. It will be held at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio Oct. 31 - Nov. 2, 2013.
To register, visit the convention's website. Early bird registration discounts apply until Oct. 1, and additional savings are available for CBI members and associate members. CBI has also teamed with Delta to offer reduced rates on flights to San Antonio for the convention.
The convention will feature three days of interactive sessions led by broadcast professionals and student media advisers, plus a slate of student-led roundtables, capped off with the presentation of the National Student Production Awards at a special ceremony on Nov. 2. Sessions will focus on radio, video, and new media, with ample opportunities for students and advisers to network with each other and benchmark their operations. Session proposals are now being accepted.
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