SBCA Announces 2005 Media LawFORUM
Alexandria, Va., November 16, 2004 – The Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association (SBCA) today announced its 2005 Media LawFORUM: Understanding Washington DC’s Impact on the Satellite Services and Multi-channel Marketplaces.
SBCA’s 2005 Media LawFORUM will assemble expert panels and discussions with lawmakers, regulators, lobbyists, press, and multi-channel and telecommunications industry executives. The panels will offer a unique perspective and detailed insight into the current regulatory and legislative issues, specifically their impact on telecommunication marketplaces. SBCA’s 2005 Media LawFORUM will also showcase the latest technological advances in the industry through live product demonstrations.
For further information, please contact Brian Lynch, SBCA director of Programs, at (703) 549-8697; media inquires please contact Camille Osborne, director of Communications, (703) 739-8351.
The Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association is the national trade organization representing all segments of the satellite industry. It is committed to expanding the utilization of satellite technology for the broadcast delivery of video, audio, data, music, voice, interactive, and broadband services. The SBCA is composed of DBS, broadband, satellite radio, and other satellite services providers, content providers, equipment manufacturers, distributors, retailers, encryption vendors, and national and regional distribution companies that make up the satellite services industry. Additional information can be found at www.sbca.com.
WHAT: SBCA’s 2005 Media LawForum
WHO: The Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association (SBCA)
cosponsored by the Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA)
and in association with the Satellite Industry Association (SIA)
WHEN: Tuesday, March 22, 2005
WHERE: National Press Club
529 14th St., NW, Ballroom (13th Floor)
Washington, DC 20045
WHY: To have government officials, lobbyists, industry executives, and policy experts
discuss the regulatory and legislative issues facing the worlds of media,
satellite consumer services, and telecommunications.