Each year, a number of opportunities exist for members of the Society of Broadcast Engineers, as well as manufacturers of broadcast equipment, to participate in regional SBE conventions and conferences. Each with their own unique characteristics, these events typically offer broadcast engineers the opportunity to attend educational sessions, see the latest equipment and supplies and meet with peers. Most are offered at little or no cost. For manufacturers, it affords the opportunity to exhibit economically in front of a targeted audience. You can establish new customer contacts while maintaining current client relationships. Below are a list of SBE-affiliated conferences and events.
National SBE Affiliated Events
SBE National Meeting
Held in the fall each year.
The annual AES Convention is where the world’s audio leaders come to learn and collaborate.
Held in April
Las Vegas Convention Center
Regional Affiliated Events
Great Lakes Media Show
Typically held in March
Presented by the Michigan Broadcasters Association and the Michigan chapters of the SBE.
New Mexico Broadcasters Association Conference
Presented by the New Mexico Broadcasters Association and the New Mexico chapters of the SBE.
Nebraska Broadcasters Association Convention
Usually held in August
Presented by the Nebraska Broadcasters Association and the Nebraska chapters of the SBE.
Ohio Broadcast Engineering Conference
Usually held in November
The conference features a full day of educational sessions for radio and television engineers, along with a dedicated exhibitor showcase.
Kansas Engineering Day by KAB
Presented by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters kab.net
WBA Broadcasters Clinic
Held in October
Madison Marriott West, Madison, WI
Presented by the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association and the Wisconsin chapters of the SBE.
SBE39 Training Symposium
Held in November
The conference features a full day of educational sessions for radio and television engineers.