SBE Plans for its Future


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Indianapolis - Nov 19, 2001 - The Society of Broadcast Engineers will conduct a special strategic planning session on Saturday, January 12 in Indianapolis. The purpose is to help focus the Society’s programs and services to meet the needs of its members in the coming years. The Society is inviting all chapter chairmen or another designated representative from each SBE chapter. The national officers, directors and staff will also participate in the event. Tom Zoss, a professional facilitator from Bloomington, Indiana, will lead the session.

The SBE held a similar meeting in 1995. The success of this meeting six years ago led to the planning of the 2002 meeting.

Meeting attendees must provide their own transportation and lodging. Lunch will be provided for all participants on the meeting day. The specific location is being determined and will be announced on the SBE website and in the December issue of the SBE Signal. Chapters are encouraged to cover the travel expenses of the chapter representative if possible, since the delegate will represent that chapter in an official capacity.




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