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August 28, 2006
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Roundtable Session To Kick-off NAB Radio Show Career Fair

WASHINGTON, DC - The NAB Education Foundation (NABEF) with partnering organizations Broadcast Education Association and the Radio-Television News Directors Association will host a roundtable session prior to the Career Fair on Friday, September 22 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas.

Professionals, students, and entry-level job seekers will have the opportunity to network with key executives and professionals who work in the radio industry. Among those slated to speak at the roundtable session are:

Oscar Joyner, President, Reach Media, Inc.
Topic: Beyond the Microphone

Leslie Kveton, Engineering Manager, ABC Radio Network
Topic: Radio Engineering as a Career

Faith Perkins, Vice President-Human Resources, Cox Radio
Topic: How To Market Yourself

Bob Morrison, News & Sports Director, USA Radio Network
Topic: Building and Enhancing Your Disc Jockey Skills

Denise Oliver, Mentoring and Inspiring Women (MIW), and Founder, Oliver Media
Topic: How To Network Effectively

Steve Warren, President, Media International, Inc., and Author
Topic: Getting Your First Radio Job

Millard James Watkins III, General Manager, WHUR-FM Radio
Topic: Working with HD Radio

Interested applicants can pre-register for the event at www.nabef.org. Space is limited and interested parties are encouraged to register early.

The NABEF Career Fair is sponsored by First Broadcasting.

About The NAB Radio Show
The NAB Radio Show is the largest annual convention for radio. This year's show, Sep. 20 - 22 in Dallas, features interactive sessions, special events and exhibits and is co-located with the R&R Convention. More information about The NAB Radio Show is available here.

About The NAB Education Foundation
The NAB Education Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the public interest in supporting and advocating: education and training programs, strategies to increase diversity, initiatives stressing the importance of the First Amendment, community service, philanthropy, and other timely broadcasting issues.

About NAB
The National Association of Broadcasters is a trade association that advocates on behalf of more than 8,300 free, local radio and television stations and also broadcast networks before Congress, the Federal Communications Commission and the Courts. Information about NAB can be found at www.nab.org.

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