The Broadcasters Clinic takes place from October 9 to October 11, 2012 at the Madison Marriott West Hotel, Middleton, WI.
In association with SCMS, we will be showing off all our products and answering any questions you may have. With SCMS holding stock of all our products, you can place your order at the show and have it the next day!
This show boasts influential speakers from around the industry, alongside all the latest and greatest equipment from the major movers and shakers in the Broadcast industry.
Since 1951, The Wisconsin Broadcasters Association is the only trade association which supports, promotes and represents all radio and television broadcasters in Wisconsin. The WBA’s membership is comprised of 98% of all radio and televisions stations in Wisconsin, as well as associate member companies who provide services to the state’s broadcasting industry. Member services include a variety of education programs, state and national legislative and legal and regulatory advisory services, and a host of networking opportunities.
Going to be in the area? Be sure to register in advance here.
Historically, the Paralympic Games draws smaller crowds, less media attention and less funding. Gone are those days.
Right now in London, it is virtually impossible to get a ticket to any event at this years Paralympics, and if you are lucky enough to get a ticket, you are part of sold out stadiums passionately cheering on their respective nations and competitors.
The excitement generated by the Olympics games has more than spilled over into the Paralympics. The inclusion of athletes such as Oscar Pistorius, a double legged amputee from South Africa, in the main Olympics has thrust Paralympic sport into the limelight. A limelight the athletes are revelling in, with World records being broken on mass daily.
The media coverage is also on an unparalleled level with regards to previous years. The world wants to see these ‘Super-Humans‘ do phenomenal things in the face of adversity, highlighted in no small part by David Weir winning a 5,000m wheelchair race in just over 11 minutes.
Once again, BW Broadcast is playing its part, supplying low power FM transmitters, audio processor and FM Re-Broadcast receivers. Getting the message of this historical event was entrusted to BW Broadcast equipment for the Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games, something we are very proud of.
How do Londoners feel about giving up their city for the second time in one summer? In short, ecstatic. Being part of the greatest show on Earth and being able to say ‘I was there’ is something that can Inspire a Generation.
To hear more about the equipment used at London 2012 and the Paralympic Games, please stop by our booth at IBC 2012 from this Friday the 7th of September. Alternatively, visit our website www.bwbroadcast.com and have a look at our range of FM transmitters, now with built in audio processing.
If you haven’t already, be sure to tune in and catch some of the Paralympic action. It may just change your perspective on what you thought could be achieved.
‘Focus on the ability of Paralympic athletes, rather than their disability‘ – Sarah Storey, GB Olympic and Paralympic Athlete.