04.12.2007 12:00 AM
Opportunities Knock as Top Broadcasters Recruit at Career Day
The NAB Education Foundation will host Career Day at NAB2007 in Las Vegas on April 18, featuring a networking roundtable, career fair and broadcast career sessions.

Industry professionals, students and entry-level job seekers will have the opportunity to meet with recruiters from top broadcast and media companies.

The career fair, held in conjunction with the Broadcast Education Association and the Radio-Television News Directors Association annual conventions, will highlight job opportunities in sales, news, production, and engineering. Recruiting companies include Bonneville International Corp., Edge Technology, Emmis Communications, Entercom Communications, Freedom Broadcasting, Univision, CBS, Google, CNN/Turner Broadcasting Corp., Sony Inc., and Tandberg Television.

"Promoting diversity and advancing opportunities for job seekers pursuing careers in broadcasting is a high priority for the NAB Education Foundation," said NAB President and CEO David Rehr. "The NABEF Career Fair is a must-attend event for both job seekers and recruiters at NAB2007."

Admission is open to both registrants and non-registrants of NAB2007. Job seekers may register on-site. For more information, recruiters and job seekers may contact Karen Hunter at khunter@nab.org or click on NABEF Career Center.

The career fair, made possible through the support of corporate sponsors Edge Technology, Emmis Communications, Sony, and Tandberg Television, is part of NABEF's commitment to promoting diversity in the broadcast workplace. In addition to the career fair, NABEF hosts an online Career Center where broadcasting jobs are posted, as well as resumes from qualified applicants interested in radio and television.

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