6-25 TCA Summer Press Tour 2003
Sponsored by the Television Critics Association, in Hollywood. ABC presentations, July 14-15. Fox, July 17-18. CBS, July 20-21. UPN, July 22. NBC, July 24-25. Information: www.tvcritics.org.
13-18 Management Development Seminar for Television Executives
Sponsored by the National Association of Broadcasters, at Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Information: Tracy Guerra, 202-429-5368 or email@example.com.
17 55th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Nominations Announcement
Michael Chiklis and Jane Kaczmarek join Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Chairman Bryce Zabel to announce the nominations at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre, North Hollywood, Calif. Information: www.emmys.org.
17-19 California Broadcasters Association Convention
At the DoubleTree Hotel, Monterey, Calif. Among the featured events, Viacom Television President Fred Reynolds and Clear Channel President and CEO John Hogan will speak on “Consolidation-Now and the Future”; FCC Commissioner Michael Copps will deliver a keynote address at a gala luncheon honoring Hall of Fame inductee William Shatner; and FCC Mass Media Bureau chief Ken Ferree will present a keynote address “The FCC-Up Close and Personal.” Alex Trebek, Barbara Eden and CBA Broadcaster of the Year Chester Smith will be among the attendees at a gala celebrity dinner. Information: 916-444-2237, info@ cabroadcasters.org or www.cabroadcasters.org.
19 2003-04 Cable Preview
Sponsored by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Activities Committee, at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center in New York and the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in Los Angeles. Information: 818-754-2890 or www.emmys.tv.
24-26 10th Annual DBS Summit
Sponsored by DBS Digest, at the Beaver Run Resort, Breckenridge, Colo. Information: Chris Edison, 719-546-1351, or www.pacernews.com.
29-31 Home Entertainment 2003
Sponsored by the Video Software Dealers Association, at the Venetian Hotel Resort & Casino, Las Vegas. Information: www.vsda.org.
31 HD Expo: Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles. Information: Kristin Petrovich, 818-247-3934, or www.hdexpo.net.
1 Television Producers’ Boot Camp: Workshops and Pitch Opps
Sponsored by the National Association of Television Program Executives, at the Wyndham Bel Age Hotel, West Hollywood, Calif. Information: www.natpe.org.
6-8 TVPC: Television Professionals Conference
Golf tournament and reception Wednesday, Aug. 6. Sessions Aug. 7 and 8. Don CeSar Beach Resort & Spa, St. Petersburg, Fla. Information: Barbara Carden, 859-299-041 1 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
12-15 Scarborough Sales, Research and Marketing Conference
Conference at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel in Santa Monica, Calif., will feature tracks for specific client sectors including television, cable, radio, sports, marketer, print and outdoor. Information: 646-654-8441, ssrminfo@ scarborough.com or www.scarborough.com.
14 Family Friendly Television Awards
Sponsored by the Family Friendly Programming Forum, at the Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills, Calif. The awards will air Aug. 25 on The WB. Information: Christa Pugh, 212-455-8083 or cpugh@ ana.net, or www. familyprogramawards.com.
6 Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards
Sponsored by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre, North Hollywood, Calif. Ceremony will include presentation of the Los Angeles Governors Award to Dr. George Fischbeck. Information: www.emmys.tv.
13 55th Annual Primetime Emmys: Creative Arts Awards
Sponsored by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre, North Hollywood, Calif. Information: www.emmys.org.
13-20 55th Prix Italia
Organized by RAI, Italy’s state broadcaster, at the Ciminiere Convention Center in Catania, Sicily. Information: www.prixitalia.rai.it.
14-16 17th Annual NAMIC Conference: Embrace Diversity, Embrace Success
Sponsored by the National Association of Minorities in Communications, at the Grand Hyatt New York. Information: 812-232-3995.
16-19 Sportel Monaco
Sponsored by Monaco Mediax, at the Grimaldi Forum, Monte Carlo. Information: Liliane or William Vitale, 201-869-4022; email@example.com; or www.sportelmonaco.com.
17 20th Annual Walter Kaitz Foundation Dinner
Former National Cable & Telecommunications Association President Decker Anstrom, president of Landmark Communications, will be honored in New York. Brian Roberts, president and CEO of Comcast Corp.,will serve as chairman of the gala fundraising dinner. Information: www.walterkaitz.org.
18 CTAM Collaborative Marketing Seminar
Partnering for Profit: Join Forces, Gain Resources. Seminar designed to showcase the assets of the marketing, local ad sales and communications disciplines and explore the benefits of collaborative initiatives. Sponsored by the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing. In New York. Information: Joan Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org; or www.ctamconferences.com.
19-21 2003 Hundred Plus Exchange
Conference addressing the specific needs of small-market broadcasters. Sponsored by the National Association of Broadcasters, in Aventura, Fla. Information: Tracy Guerra, 202-429-5368 or email@example.com; or www.nab.org.
21 55th Annual Primetime Emmys
Presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and broadcast live on Fox from the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre, North Hollywood, Calif. Information: www.emmys.org.
23-25 SBCA Retailer Rally
“Sending Our Signal to the Hill,” sponsored by the Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association, at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington. Information: 800-541-5981 or www.sbca.org.