In lieu of the 60th annual confab, the groups will offer 40 sessions over 10 weeks beginning June 15.
Awards will be presented in three categories on May 21 — The MFM Rainmaker Award, The MFM Working Capital Award and the BCCA Contributor Award.
One of the industry’s greatest challenges in helping local retailers take advantage of their co-op dollars involves meeting the manufacturer’s rigorous documentation requirements. These requirements exceed the capabilities of today’s traffic and billing systems. Learn how to overcome these challenges, saving time, increasing customer satisfaction levels and improving stations’ ability to aggressively pursue co-op opportunities.
An MFM-BCCA Distance Learning Seminar on Nov. 9 will offer information and advice on how stations can best compete for a share of the $50 billion co-op ad market.
BCCA, the media industry’s credit association, has announced the agenda and presenters salted for the BCCA Media Credit Seminar, which will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at the New York offices of Lowenstein Sandler LLP in mid-town Manhattan. The event focuses on high-level credit-related issues for the media industry’s credit professionals, including those serving […]
The Media Financial Management Association and its BCCA subsidiary, the media industry’s credit association, announced today the co-chairs for Media Outlook 2017, a half-day seminar that will explore the issues of greatest importance to media companies in the coming year. The half-day event will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 14, from noon to 5 p.m. […]
The Media Financial Management Association (MFM) today announced the 2016-17 officers and newly elected board members for the association and its BCCA subsidiary, the media industry’s credit association. Effective July 1, the officers for the MFM-BCCA board of directors are: Chair: Timothy Mulvaney, chief accounting officer-controller, Media General President, Mary M. Collins, president-CEO, MFM/BCCA Vice […]
Here are suggestions on how to maximize sales while keeping credit risk at acceptable levels. Also, MFM’s BCCA introduces a new credit report called Media Whys that includes a credit score based on industry-specific aging combined with trade data from Experian or D+B.
The Media Financial Management Association has promoted Arcelia Pimentel to director of sales for its BCCA subsidiary, the media industry’s credit association. Pimentel has been with the organization for more than 18 years, serving most recently as its membership manager. Assuming Pimentel’s membership services responsibilities will be Caitlin Hahne, who has joined the organization as […]
BCCA, the media industry’s credit association, is offering a distance learning webinar to address “What Every Media Credit Manager Needs to Know About Bankruptcies” on Thursday, Jan. 16, from 3:30-4:45 p.m. ET. Led by C. Robin Szabo, president of media collections firm Szabo Associates, the CPE (Continuing Professional Education) webinar will provide an overview of […]
“At this year’s MFM-BCCA annual conference, the groups recognized a number of individuals who have contributed so much to the life and fabric of our associations.As the business becomes more technology-focused, our honorees too are more technology-focused, helping us to continue to be on the leading edge of market trends.”
BCCA, the media industry’s credit association, has scheduled a full-day seminar focusing on credit-related issues for the media industry, including its magazine, newspaper, television, radio, cable, outdoor and emerging media segments. The BCCA Media Credit Seminar is scheduled for Thursday, July 19, in Chicago. Among the topics slated for discussion during the full-day event are: […]
At Media Finance Focus 2011 (May 15-17 in Atlanta), the MFM and its BCCA subsidiary will recognize 11 industry executives who have aided the organization, made significant contributions to the media industries and inspired others. The award recipients: William Fitzsimmons, Michael Denson, Robin Szabo, Dwight Delapenha, Robert Amos, William Waters, Dean Rohrbaugh, George Stella, Wanda Borges, Bruce Nathan and Peter Gallo.
Measures such as streamlining and automating much of the credit application process and involving ad sales in ongoing monitoring of their clients’ risk profile have reduced the time required to provide credit approvals and created a transparent and consistent credit and collections process.