Broadcast Cable Financial Management Association (BCFM) is reprising its “Business Modeling the Internet” seminar, which was held in New York last fall, for West Coast attendees. “Business Modeling the Internet—West Coast,” will be held on Thursday, Jan. 25, from noon to 5 p.m. at ABC Television’s offices, 500 South Buena Vista Street in Burbank, Calif. […]
Broadcast Cable Financial Management Association (BCFM) is reprising its “Business Modeling the Internet” seminar, which was held in New York last fall, for West Coast attendees. “Business Modeling the Internet—West Coast,” will be held on Thursday, Jan. 25, from noon to 5 p.m. at ABC Television’s offices, 500 South Buena Vista Street in Burbank, Calif.
Trila Bumstead, executive vice president and chief financial officer of New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC and Richard Bonsignore, vice president and controller for ABC’s WLS Chicago are serving as co-chairs for the seminar. Scheduled sessions include:
The New Internet Business Model—which will be presented by Steve Safran, president, Safran Media Group and managing editor of LostRemote.com
Real Stories from Companies Making it Work—presenters will include Ryland Madison, Director of Product Development & Marketing Operations, Cox Communications, Inc., and John P. Roberts, Senior Vice President Digital Media & Interactive Entertainment, GSN, The Network for Games
Partnership Opportunities—a panel discussion involving representatives from traditional and new media companies
Business Issues: Legal and Accounting Considerations—presenters will include David D. Oxenford, an attorney specializing in media issues for Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
The event will begin with lunch from noon to 1 p.m. PT and end with a cocktail reception from 5-6 p.m. sponsored by Global Creditors Network.
“Last fall’s Business Modeling the Internet seminar in New York was one of our most popular and value-rich educational events,” stated Mary M. Collins, president and CEO of BCFM and its Broadcast Cable Credit Association (BCCA) subsidiary. “With the help of our board and Co-Chairs Trila Bumstead and Richard Bonsignore, this reprise is assembling the best industry experts to assist West Coast financial managers and others charged with navigating the changes affecting our businesses and steering a course toward continued financial growth and performance.”
The registration fee is $169 for Individual Members of BCFM and $132.50 for BCFM Corporate Members. Non-members who attend the seminar will receive a one-year trial membership in the Association as part of their non-member registration fee of $369. Registered participants will be eligible to earn up to 4 CPE credits. BCFM has reserved a limited number of rooms at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in University City for out-of-town attendees.
More information about the seminar and an online registration form are available on the Web at: http://www.bcfm.com/Regional_Seminar/WestCoastInfo2007.htm.