02.22.2006 08:00 AM
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Dates and events you need to know

Meeting of FCC independent Hurricane Katrina panel
Date: March 6, 10 a.m.
Location: Mississippi e-Center at Jackson State University, 1230 Raymond Road, Jackson, MS 39204
The FCC Independent Panel Reviewing the Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Communications Networks will meet to discuss the impact of the hurricane, the effectiveness of infrastructure recovery efforts and ways to improve disaster recovery. The meeting may be extended and resume at 9:30 a.m. March 7 if more time is needed for testimony.
For more information, visit www.fcc.gov.

Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference and EXPO
Date: March 13-14
Location: Lansing, MI
The two-day conference and exposition will sessions on engineering, management, news, programming and sales.
For more information, visit www.michmab.com/conferences/glbcmain.html.

DTV Channel Election — Round Three Elections
Date: February 2006
Licensees file Round Three elections with the Media Bureau; public notice lists NCAs, if any, filed in Round Three and set comment dates.
For more information, visit www.fcc.gov.

DTV Channel Election — Round Three Conflict Resolution
Date: March 2006
Commission resolves remaining conflicts among third round elections.
For more information, visit www.fcc.gov.

Date: April 22-27
Location: Las Vegas
For more information, visit www.nab.org.

Texas Association of Broadcasters Convention
Date: Aug. 9-11
Location: Hilton Austin Downtown, Austin, TX
For more information, visit www.tab.org.

New DTV Table of Allotments
Date: August 2006
Commission issues Notice of Proposed Rulemaking proposing new DTV Table of Allotments.
For more information, visit www.fcc.gov.

SBE 22 Broadcast & Technology Expo/National Meeting
Date: Sept. 26-27
Location: Event Center at Turning Stone Casio, Verona, NY
This year’s national meeting will be held in conjunction with the SBE 22 Broadcast & Technology Expo.
For more information, visit www.sbe.org.

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