06.15.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Dates and events you need to know

FCC open commission meeting
Date: June 21
Location: FCC Headquarters, Washington, D.C.
For more information, visit www.fcc.gov.

SBE strategic planning meeting
Date: July 8
Location: Hilton Kansas City (MO) Airport
The SBE is seeking participation from its entire membership to identify the organization’s needs and build consensus on how best to achieve those goals.
For more information, visit www.sbe.org.

Comments due on spectrum-sharing test bed
Date: July 10
The FCC and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration are seeking comment on specific questions related to setting up a test bed to evaluate spectrum-sharing techniques.
For more information, visit www.fcc.gov.

Reply comments due on spectrum-sharing test bed
Date: July 24
For more information, visit www.fcc.gov.

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

New DTV Table of Allotments
Date: August 2006
FCC will issue Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for new DTV Table of Allotments.
For more information visit www.fcc.gov.

BOS-CON 2006, SBE Regional
Date: Sept. 13
Location: Marlborough, MA
The one-day regional convention will offer a program for broadcast engineers, station managers, news directors and program directors, as well as exhibits.
For more information, visit: www.bos-con.com.

SBE 22 Broadcast & Technology Expo/National Meeting
Date: Sept. 26 - 27
Location: Event Center at Turning Stone Casio in 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.

CBA Fall Convention
Date: Oct. 22-24
Location: Stardust Resort & Casino, Las Vegas
For more information, visit http://communitybroadcasters.com/links.php?layout=solo&front=coffee&linkno=218

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