22-24 HDEXPO VariCamp Workshop
Sponsored by High Def Expo, at the Production Group Studios, Los Angeles. Information: 818-247-3934 or www.hdexpo.net.
24 RTNA Golden Mike Awards
The Radio and Television News Association of Southern California holds its 54th annual Golden Mike Awards banquet at the Universal Hilton Hotel in Universal City, Calif. Information: 562-987-4545.
1-4 CTAM Research Conference
Sponsored by the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing, at the Sheraton Hotel & Marina, San Diego. Information: 703-549-4200 or www.ctamconferences.com.
3-4 ACTA 2004 Annual Meeting
Sponsored by the Arizona Cable Telecommunications Association, at Airport Marriott Hotel in Phoenix. Information: Susan Bitter Smith, 602-955-4122.
5-7 ROI 2004: 15th Annual New Business Conference
Sponsored by Eckstein, Summers & Co., at Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club, Naples, Fla. Information: 732-530-1996, conference@ ecksteinsummers.com or www.ecksteinsummers.com.
5-8 RAB 2004
Sponsored by the Radio Advertising Bureau, in Dallas. The largest gathering of sales and management professionals in the radio industry. Nancy Vaeth-Dubroff, senior VP, regional manager, Susquehanna Radio, is chairperson. Information: 800-722-7355 or www.rab2004.com.
9-10 2004 Media Summit New York
Presented by The McGraw-Hill Cos., sponsored by Business Week and Standard & Poor’s and produced by Digital Hollywood, at the McGraw-Hill Building, New York. Information: info@digitalhollywood .com or www.digitalhollywood .com.
21 56th Annual Writers Guild Awards
Sponsored by the Writers Guild of America, West and East, at the Pierre Hotel, New York. Information: www.wga.org or www.wgaeast.org.
22 10th Annual SAG Awards Telecast
Karl Malden will receive the Screen Actor’s Guild’s highest honor, the Lifetime Achievement Award, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. The event will air on TNT. Information: 323-549-6707 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
22-24 NABA Annual Meeting
Sponsored by the North American Broadcasters Association, at Fox Studios in Los Angeles. Information: email@example.com or www.nabanet.com.
3 Second Annual Women’s Career Summit
Sponsored by the Katz Media Group, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York. Information: Anne Kenny at anne.kenny@ katz-media.com.
9-11 CTAM Digital and Broadband Conference
Sponsored by the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing, at the Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles. Information: 703-549-4200 or www.ctamconferences.com.
11 SNTA 2004 New York Sales Conference
Sponsored by the Syndicated Network Television Association, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York. Information: www.snta.com.
11 RTNDF First Amendment Dinner
Sponsored by the Radio and Television News Directors Foundation, at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Washington. NBC chief foreign affairs correspondent Andrea Mitchell will be among those honored. Information: Vera Steiner Blore, 202-467-5212 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or www.rtnda.org.
15-16 SNTA 2004 Chicago Sales Conference
Sponsored by the Syndicated Network Television Association, in Chicago. Information: www.snta.com.
18 SNTA 2004 Los Angeles Sales Conference
Sponsored by the Syndicated Network Television Association, in Los Angeles. Information: www.snta.com.
March 29-April 2 MIPTV and MILIA 2004
Sponsored by Reed MIDEM, in Cannes, France. Marks the first time MIPTV and MILIA will be held together under one roof. BBC Director General Greg Dyke will deliver opening keynote. Information: www.mipcom.com.
15 TBA Annual Marketing Conference
Sponsored by the Television Bureau of Advertising, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, New York. Information: www.tvb.org.
17-22 NAB 2004
Sponsored by the National Association of Broadcasters, at the Las Vegas Convention Center and Las Vegas Hilton. Exhibitor information: 800-NAB-EXPO, 202-775-2520 or email@example.com. Attendee information: 800-342-2460, 202-595-2052 or firstname.lastname@example.org. General information: www.nabshow.com.
19-21 RTNDA @ NAB2004
Sponsored by the Radio-Television News Directors Association, at the Las Vegas Hilton. Ted Koppel, anchor and managing editor of “ABC News Nightline,” will be honored April 19 with the Paul White Award. Information: Rick Osmanski, 202-467-5200 or www.rtnda.org.
2-5 The National Show
Sponsored by the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, in New Orleans. Info: www.thenationalshow.com.
16-18 The BCFM/BCCA Annual Conference
Sponsored by the Broadcast Cable Financial Management Association and the Broadcast Cable Credit Association, at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta. Information: 847-296-0200.
17 63rd Annual George Foster Peabody Awards
Administered by Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, in New York. Information: www.peabody.uga.edu.
9 2004 Radio-Mercury Student Awards Luncheon and Ceremony
The event will honor the best student radio commercials, at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York. Information: 212-681-7207, email@example.com or www.radiomercuryawards.com.
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