08.09.2006 10:58 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Entry Guidelines for the Broadcast Engineering Excellence Awards

Entry Guidelines for the Broadcast Engineering Excellence Awards

Awards Timetable
Entry forms and materials - October 15, 2006
Nominees announced/Readers vote - December 2006
Winners announced in March issue of Broadcast Engineering - March 2007
Plaques distributed to winners at NAB - April 2007
Download the Entry Form
It’s time to enter Broadcast Engineering's 6th Annual Excellence Awards contest. This is a unique opportunity to have your facility highlighted in the December issue of Broadcast Engineering’s Digital Reference Guide. Each nominated facility is featured with a full-page, custom story - complete with photos and listings of your design team and the key products used in the project.

From these entries, Broadcast Engineering readers select the winning facilities in each of the seven categories. The winners are announced in a multi-page Special Report inside the March, Pre-NAB issue.

Winning facilities also receive yearlong exposure on our high-traffic Web site.

Click here for the entry form and more information.

Entry forms and materials are due October 15.

Please contact Angela Snell, associate editor, with any questions at 913-967-1763 or asnell@primediabusiness.com.

Don’t wait. Get your facility and staff the accolades they deserve. Enter now!
For more information, visit http://broadcastengineering.com

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