Student Competition: Technology Trends In Broadcasting
The Broadcast Working Group of the Digital Communications Knowledge Transfer Network (DC-KTN) is looking to find five students to send to the IBC in Amsterdam this year.
The successful candidates will receive free entry to the conference and exhibition and up to £1000 to cover travel and subsistence expenses associated with attendance.
In return, they will be expected to run a workshop or seminar for their colleagues at their own institution on the theme:
"The most important technology trends in broadcasting over the next ten years and the opportunities they create for our institution."
To enter, please email up to 200 words explaining why you would like the opportunity to attend IBC, and what you and your university will gain from the experience. The closing date for entries is 5:00pm on July 19 2009. The email should be sent to IBCcompetition@dcktn.org.uk.
The competition is limited to members of the DC-KTN. Membership of the Digital Communications KTN is free, and participants are encouraged to register as members at www.dcktn.org.uk.
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