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SBE to Present National Webcast
Indianapolis, IN - Sep 4, 2007 - The Society of Broadcast Engineers will present a special webcast, "The SBE and You," on Oct. 9 from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. EDT. The webcast will offer members and chapters an opportunity to hear directly from the SBE's national leaders on current issues and projects. Hosted by President Chriss Scherer and President-elect, Barry Thomas, the program will begin with an update on activities and a review of the SBE leadership structure. It will then cover a review of the current strategic planning process underway, provide insight into the latest educational efforts of the Society and deliver additional updates on ongoing projects and programs. More than half of the program will be devoted to an open question-and-answer session, when members can e-mail, call or instant message questions to the webcast to be answered live by the SBE officers, board members or national staff.
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