Three-day program in San Francisco will feature FHH’s Harry Cole along with other eminent FCC practitioners providing insight into All Things FCC.
Attention, all you Friends of CommLawBlog!
If you’re looking for an excuse to travel to San Francisco in late June, look no further. The American Conference Institute is presenting an “FCC Boot Camp” program there from June 22-24. And CommLawBlog’s own Harry Cole will be among the featured speakers.
The curriculum covers a wide range of topics, from the basics of FCC jurisdiction and the Commission’s role in various regulatory areas to helpful practice tips and even a “Master Class on Net Neutrality, Politics, Policies and Rules”. You can learn about the Commission’s enforcement procedures, equipment authorization process, spectrum policies, interactions with other state and federal regulators, and more. Harry’s presentation will focus in particular on the FCC’s regulation of video services, from traditional broadcasting to cable and satellite. He’ll even take a look at the proposal to redefine MVPD to include Over-the-Top providers. (For a copy of the official brochure with all the details, click here.)
Joining Harry on the faculty will be more than 20 other eminent practitioners ready to provide attendees a strong working knowledge of core FCC competencies. If you’re looking for a good way to immerse yourself in All Things FCC with a top-notch roster of presenters ready to make that immersion as useful (and as painless) as possible, this FCC Boot Camp should be ideal.
And get this: CommLawBlog readers can get a $200 break on the registration. Just click on this link to get to the official registration site and enter your special Priority Service Code (that would be 774L15.S) and your Special Discount Promo Code (that would be FHSPK), and claim your $200 discount! (You can also register by phone at 888-224-2480.)
Beyond that, we’ll be sure that Harry brings along a supply of our much-coveted
CommLawBlog sunglasses. He’ll totally hook you up with a pair if you ask.