24-May 4 Fourth Annual Television Documentary Festival
Sponsored by the Museum of Television & Radio, in New York. Information: 212-621-6600, 212-621-6699 (hotline) or www.mtr.org.
29 CTAM Master Courses on the Road: How Cable Goes to Market
Sponsored by the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing, in Atlanta. Information: 703-549-4200 or www.ctam.com.
29-30 AIB Global Media Conference and Exhibition
Sponsored by the Association for International Broadcasting, at the Royal College of Surgeons, London. Information: 44-0-7802-936-786, email@example.com or www.aib.org.uk.
30 Satellite Entertainment 2003
Eighth Annual Satellite Conference, hosted by The Carmel Group, sponsored by DirecTV and Metabyte, at the Hyatt Regency on Del Monte Golf Course, Monterey, Calif. Information: www.carmelgroup .com.
30-May 2 Sportel Asia
Sponsored by Monaco Mediax, at the InterContinental Hotel, Hong Kong. Information: Liliane or William Vitale, 201-869-4022; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.sportelasia.org; or www.sportelmonaco.com.
5-6 The Connected Consumer Summit
Setting strategy, identifying allies and eliminating threats in the race for digital entertainment dollars. Presented by The Yankee Group, at W Hotel, New York. Information: Karen Peabody, 617-880-0299 or email@example.com, or www.yankeegroup.com.
5-7 ACA Spring Legislative Summit
Sponsored by the American Cable Association, at the Wyndham, Washington. Information: Stacey DeLisio, 412-922-8300, Ext. 15, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
6 Fifth Annual NAB Human Resources Managers Symposium
Sponsored by the National Association of Broadcasters, at Loews L’Enfant Plaza Hotel, Washington. Information: Karen Hunter, 202-429-5498 or email@example.com; or www.nab.org/bcc.
7-9 Interactive Media Conference and Trade Show
Growing Local Reach: Newspaper and broadcast executives share successful strategies for converged media, advertising and more. Presented by MediaWeek and Editor & Publisher, at the Paradise Point Resort, San Diego. Information: www .editorandpublisher.com.
8 Upfront Television Advertising Summit
Television’s No. 1 meeting of advertising and media executives. Presented by TelevisionWeek and Advertising Age, at the Grand Hyatt, New York. Information: 323-370-2475 or www.upfrontsummit.com.
8 Seventh Annual PRISM Awards
Presented by the Entertainment Industry Council in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Taped in Los Angeles; to be televised May 25. Information: www.prismawards .com.
14 Behind the Scenes of `The Daily Show With Jon Stewart’
Sponsored by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ Activities Committee, at John Jay College Theater, New York. Information: 818-754-2890.
15 CTAM Commercial Services Seminar: Let’s Get Down to Business
Sponsored by the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing, at the Grand Hyatt, Atlanta. Information: 703-549-4200 or www.ctam conferences.com.
18-20 2003 Local Cable Sales Management Conference
Sponsored by the Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau, at the Hyatt Regency, Chicago. Information: Nancy Lagos, 212-508-1229 or nancyl@cabletv adbureau.com.
18-20 BCFM/BCCA 2003
The 43rd annual conference of the Broadcast Cable Financial Management Association and Broadcast Cable Credit Association, at the Century Plaza Hotel & Spa, Los Angeles. Information: 847-296-0200, www.bcfm.com or www .bccacredit.com.
19 10th Annual T. Howard Foundation Fund-Raiser
Honoring Ted Turner, with a tribute to the late Taylor Howard, at Cipriani, 110 E. 42nd St., New York. Information: Kara Kezios, 703-739-8346, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
19 62nd George Foster Peabody Awards Luncheon
Hosted by Charles Gibson, at the Waldorf-Astoria, New York. Information: www.peabody .uga.edu.
Sponsored by the Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association in partnership with SkyTrends, at Cipriani, 110 E. 42nd St., New York. Information: 800-541-5981 or www.sbca .org.
20 Steven J. Ross Humanitarian Award Dinner
The UJA-Federation of New York’s annual event, this year honoring Comcast Corp.’s Ralph J. Roberts and Brian L. Roberts, at the Waldorf-Astoria, New York. Information: Steven Singer, 212-836-1452, or www.ujafedny.org.
3-13 NAB/Howard University Media Sales Institute
Sponsored by the National Association of Broadcasters and Howard University, at Howard University, Washington. Information: Howard Marcantel, 202-775-2550 or hmarcantel@ nab.org; or www.nabef.org.
4 Radio-Television Correspondents Association
Annual black-tie dinner. (Postponed from March.)
4-6 Promax & BDA Conference
Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites, Los Angeles. Information: www.promax.tv or www.bda.tv.
8-11 NCTA: The National Show
Sponsored by the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, in Chicago. Information: www.thenationalshow .com.
9 Service to America Summit
Sponsored by the National Association of Broadcasters, at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, Washington. Information: Howard Marcantel, 202-775-2550 or email@example.com; or www.nabef.org.
18-20 CeBIT America
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York. Information: Mark Dineen, 609-987-1202, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.cebit-america.com.
19 Radio-Mercury Awards
Luncheon and ceremony produced by the Radio Fund, at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York. Dick Orkin to be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
22-24 New York State Broadcasters Association 42nd Annual Executive Conference
Sagamore Resort Hotel, Bolton Landing, N.Y. Information: Mary Anne Jacon, 518-456-8888.
24-25 Wireless Leadership Summit
Mobilizing America for profitable adoption, next-generation services and vendor leadership. Presented by The Yankee Group, at the Marriott Marquis, New York. Information: Karen Peabody, 617-880-0299 or email@example.com, or www.yankeegroup.com.
9-11 Seminar: Digital Broadcasting: Data Compression, Transmission and Emerging Broadcast Multimedia Services
University of Oxford, United Kingdom. Information: 44-0-1865-286959, firstname.lastname@example.org or ww.conted.ox.ac .uk/ousep.