he Indiana Broadcasters Association is offering broadcast general managers and engineers the opportunity to attend the Wisconsin Broadcasters Clinic for FREE. The Clinic is Oct. 16 – 18 in Middleton, WI.
The IBA will cover the registration cost for up to 20 engineers.
The Broadcasters Clinic has a more than 60-year history of educating broadcast engineers from across the upper Midwest and exhibitors from across the country. The three-day event dedicates a day to radio, a day to television, and a day in the middle to issues facing all broadcast engineers.
The Broadcasters Clinic repeatedly attracts top industry speakers from around the county with sessions on the edge of broadcast technology. The Clinic has an award-winning reputation as the country’s top regional broadcast engineering conference.
The brief scholarship application must be completed by Friday, August 31st and will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
Full details including a list of speakers can be found here.