Here is our NAB schedule – https://www.broadcastingalliance.org/atba-lptv-day-nab23/
The Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance will host LPTV Day at the 2023 National Association of Broadcasters Convention in Las Vegas on April 17, 2023. Roundtable Events are being planned for the day and a private members only reception beginning at 6pm opening to everyone at 6:30pm. “We are excited to return back at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort for the LPTV and OTT industries events during NAB Show 2023,” says Lee Miller, ATBA Executive Director. “LPTVs and OTT platforms are critical pieces to the broadcast industry, and we will continue to champion a robust advocacy for the issues that matter most to our communities.”
The day long activities during the convention will include seminars and workshops specific to LPTV and OTT issues. The ATBA also will host the annual LPTV Industry Awards and Reception at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort that Monday evening.
Miller continues, “The Advanced Television Broadcast Alliance continues to promote the protection and advancement of both low-power stations and OTT Platforms as traditional distribution platforms diminish, and with the growth of ATSC 3.0. Our primary mission will continue to work in preserving and promoting the efficient and effective use of all television broadcast spectrum, especially that of the Low Power Television classification.”
The ATBA is honored to host Holly Saurer, FCC Media Bureau Chief and Legal Advisor for the Chairwoman for a Q&A Session on LPTV during the Monday event.
Ms. Saurer joined the office from the Media Bureau, where she has held several positions, including Deputy Bureau Chief, Associate Bureau Chief, Senior Legal Advisor and Attorney-Advisor with the Media Bureau’s Policy Division. Holly has previously served as an Acting Media Advisor for Commissioners Rosenworcel and Clyburn, and an International and Consumer Affairs Legal Advisor for Chairman Wheeler. Prior to joining the Commission, Holly worked at the Washington, DC offices of Drinker Biddle & Reath and Miller & Van Eaton. Holly received her JD from American University and graduated from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communication.
Sponsorship opportunities are now available for ATBA events at NAB at https://www.broadcastingalliance.org/sponsorship-and-membership/ . Contact Lee Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.