News Release
News Release
News Release
News Release
February 16, 2012

NABEF Announces Newest Employment Webinar Series

WASHINGTON, DC -- The NAB Education Foundation (NABEF) announces that its spring Broadcast Career Link webinar series will begin on Wednesday, March 14. The webinars will provide continuing education programs and best practices for both recruiters and job seekers in the broadcast industry. For the first time, the webinars will be free for job seekers.

"We are pleased to offer a variety of compelling webinars that are relevant to broadcasters at all career levels across the broadcast eco-system," said NAB Education Foundation President Marcellus Alexander. "The NAB Education Foundation is committed to empowering broadcast professionals through career advancement resources."

The first webinar, titled "Show Me the Talent! New Trends on Seeking the Right Person for Your Job," will discuss unconventional strategies and social media tactics on how to position jobs to reach the appropriate audience. Other webinars include: "Talk is Cheap - Using Social Media to Land Your Next Job," "EEOC Updates: How to Prepare and Stay Compliant," "Job Seeking Strategies for Broadcast Engineers," "A Great Sales Team Starts with Great Leadership," and "Does Your Resume Need Polishing? Tips and Tricks to Get You Noticed…and Hired!"

Speakers include: Lew Pulley, assistant chief, FCC's Policy Division; Tracey Davis, senior account executive - CBS Radio Washington DC; Derrick Hollie, CEO - Global Ad 1st, Larry Walke, associate general counsel, National Association of Broadcasters; Robert Scott Adams, director of Placement and Student Services - Omega Studios; and Lawrence Dunford, recruitment and training manager, Radio One, Inc.

Full descriptions and registration information can be found on the NAB Education Foundation Website..

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