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SBE to Stream 2013 Membership Meeting
Indianapolis - Oct 28, 2013 - The Society of Broadcast Engineers will hold its 49th annual meeting Oct 29-30 in Indianapolis in conjunction with the annual Broadcast Engineering and IT Workshop presented by the Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA). The events will be held at the Sheraton Hotel and Suites in the Keystone Crossing area of Indianapolis.
The SBE National Meeting will be held October 29-30 and the IBA conference is on the 30th. The local SBE host is Chapter 25 of Indianapolis and Central Indiana.
The SBE membership meeting will be streamed live on Oct. 30 beginning at 4 p.m. ET (1 p.m. PT). The one-hour program will include the induction of national officers and directors, and updates on the society's programs and services. There will also be an update on regulatory issues, including 2 GHz band sharing, spectrum for wireless mic use, among others.
View the meeting stream by clicking this link. The stream will be live a few minutes before the scheduled start. Online participation qualifies for SBE re-certification credit.
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