What This Year's Conference Can Do For You; President's Message; Mary Collins, BCFM/BCCA President & CEO; email@example.com
Are Cellphones and iPods Central to our Existence?
RAB's CEO: RAdio Must Be 'More Proactive'
How Quick Are Folks Ditching Conventional TV?
Experts: Media Usage, Choices Will Rise Quite Fast in 2007
Kuchinich Warns FCC He's Going to Review Media-Ownership Issues
Learn More...Win Big in Vegas May 22-24; W. Charles Warner, President, Broadcast Finance, Evanston, IL and BCFM Financial Consultant and Conference Coordinator; firstname.lastname@example.org
Cable Network Affiliate Credit & Collections; by Bruce Lazarus, CEO, Cable Audit Associates, Greenwood Village, CO.
Is your Credit and Collections 'House' in Order?; C. Robin Szabo, President, Szabo Associates, Atlanta, GA.
The Changing Game of Cable Collections; by Debbie Abercrombie, Corporate VP of Client Services, Credit Protection Association, LP.
Excuses, Excuses, Excuses Part 1; by George Stella, President, CCR, Garden City, NY.
TV's Traffic Patterns: Changing Fast; by Stewart Schley, freelance writer, Englewood, CO.
Building or Tweaking a Tower? Make Note of New FCC Rules; by John Wells King, member, law firm Garvey Schubert Barer, Washington, DC.
Good as Golsch: HR Issues at the BCFM/BCCA Annual Conference; by Steven Golsch, principal, HR Momentum, www.HRMomentum.com.
Last Word: Understanding the FCC's Revised Children's Television Rules; by John D. Poutasse, member, Leventhal Senter & Lerman PLLC and Jennifer Miller, senior associate, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC, Washington, DC.
It takes a Community; President's Message; Mary Collins, BCFM/BCCA President & CEO; email@example.com
Cox Sets the Scene for NCTA's Annual Convention
Oxley Knocks His SOX
mp3 Rockers Want Their Radio Tuners
Doing the Royalty Math; by Melodie Virtue, partner, law firm of Garvey Schubert Barer, Washington, DC; firstname.lastname@example.org
Giving to Those Who Give; by Janet Stilson, freelance writer and TFM Editor; email@example.com
Polishing the Crown; by Janet Stilson, freelance writer and TFM Editor; firstname.lastname@example.org
Apollo's Grand Mission; by Linda Dupree, EVP of Portable People Meter product development, Arbitron, Inc.; and Howard Shimmel, SVP of client insights, The Nielsen Co.
A Marriage of Great Convenience; Evie Haskell, editor-in-chief, BRIDGE Media Group.
Excuses, Excuses...Part 2; by George Stella, President, CCR, Garden City, NY.
Recipe for Disaster Relief; Thomas R. Wing, Jr., VP Chubb & Son and broadcast segment manage for Chubb Commercial Insurance, Whitehouse Station, NJ.
Last Word: The Federal Cash Cow; by Lee Schubert, special council in Washington, DC for Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP.
Top-Line Vegas Take-Away; President's Message; Mary Collins, BCFM/BCCA President & CEO; email@example.com
Readying for the Dreaded "R" Word
Next Steps with Nextel
A Closer Look at Due Diligence
Online Reality Check
All Together, and Miles Apart
Mining the Political Mountains; by Janet Stilson, freelance writer and Editor, TFM; firstname.lastname@example.org
Weak Points, Strong Points; by Janet Stilson, freelance writer and Editor, TFM; email@example.com
Building Radio's Muscle; Andy Holdgate, BCFM PR Representative; Holdgate Public Relations, Highland Ranch, CO; firstname.lastname@example.org
Golden, But No Oldie!; by Janet Stilson, freelance writer and Editor, TFM; email@example.com
Sharing the Load; by Andy Holdgate, BCFM PR Representative; Holdgate Public Relations, Highland Ranch, CO; firstname.lastname@example.org
The HD Radio Waiting Game; Ron Davis, chairman of the Samll Market Operators Caucus and small market stations in Montana, NAB Radio BOD member representing Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.
Mobile Media Skates Ahead; President's Message; Mary Collins, BCFM/BCCA President & CEO; email@example.com
So many Primaries, So Many Hot Dates
Will Virtual Worlds Rock the World?
Getting More Bang from Technology Buck; by Deborah Brozina, managing partner, Making Change Productions, LLC; firstname.lastname@example.org
Romancing the Internet; by Lee Clayton Roper, principal, International Media Advisors, Denver, CO; email@example.com (TFM editor Janet Stilson was also a contributor to this article)
After the Scam; by Raymond J. Gustini, partner, Nixon Peabody LLP, Washington, DC; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Protecting the Revenue Streams; by Thomas R. Wing Jr., broadcast segment manager for Chubb Commercial Insurance and Vice President for Chubb & Son, Whitehouse Station, NJ; email@example.com.
Ending the Paper Madness; by Abby Auerback, EVP Television Advertising Bureau, New York, NY; firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bankruptcy Brainteaser; reprinted with permission from Creditor's Edge, Bastien Financial Publications, Steve Bastien, publisher; email@example.com.
Data Deep Dive
US Media Forecast
Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down on Local Web Strategies; by Richard Taub, principal, Battery Communications, New York; firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Talent Transition; President's Message; Mary Collins, BCFM/BCCA President & CEO; email@example.com
NBC Streams Make for a Wide River of Viewing
An Rx For Future Shock; by Ann Carlsen, founder & CEO, Carlsen Resources.
Sex, Lies and Multimillion Dollar Court Cases; by Susan Ritz, partner Ritz & Clark LLP, Manhattan, firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Kids in the Cubicles; by Janet Stilson, freelance writer and Editor, TFM; email@example.com
Avoiding Political Turbulence; originally written by Peter F. Szabo, founder of Szabo Associates, it has been posthumously published and updated by Sally Buckman, member of Leventhal Senter & Lerman PLLC, Washington, DC.
The Preferential Tug of War; by C. Robin Szabo, President, Szabo Associates, Atlanta, GA, firstname.lastname@example.org; C. David Butler, bankruptcy specialist, Shapiro Fussell, Atlanta, GA; and Tracy Marion, bankruptcy specialist, Shapiro Fussell, Atlanta, GA.
The Bankruptcy Act Update
Data Deep Dive
Ad Spend Ups and Downs; TNS Media Intelligence, Sept. 2007
Words that Wound, and How to Avoid Them; by Nancy L. Wolf, member, law firm of Leventhal Senter & Lerman PLLC, Washington, DC, email@example.com.