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"These webinars are an excellent way to keep up-to-date with new issues in broadcast engineering. They are a real bargain, since there are no travel expenses. And, they can be reviewed at a later time, by all 'attendees'."

  

- Keith Kintner, CPBE, CBNT

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Upcoming Webinars

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Tuesday, October 4, 2016 2-3:30 p.m. ET

Update on ATSC 3.0

Please join us for this SBE Webinar that will provide an overview of the new impending standard that will transform the television broadcast ecosystem. With an all-IP based distribution platform we will have numerous opportunities to improve the consumer experience with better quality audio and video, new service offerings, delivery to mobile devices while also enabling new digital services.

 

 

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IP Network Security Part 1

Webinar Outline:

Introduction to IP Network Security & Threats

Brief Review of IP Network Basics

Structured Implementation by Following the OSI Model

              Physical Security

              Link-Layer Security (Ethernet switch port security focused)

              Network Layer Security (firewall focused)

Reference Resources

Conclusion, Part 2 Preview, & Questions

 

HD Radio Diversity Delay Field Observations

Presenter: Alan Jurison, CSRE, AMD, DRB, CBNE

HD Radio logoSBE Members FREE thanks to HD Radio Non-Members $55

The hybrid digital and analog broadcasting solution deployed in the United States, FM and AM IBOC, more commonly known as HD Radio*, allows simultaneous transmission of broadcast radio signals in both the analog and digital domain. A key component is that receivers can immediately acquire the analog signal and then transition (or blend) into the digital signal after it has acquired and buffered. 

 

AM Ground Systems

Presenter: Stephen Lockwood, P.E., PMP

SBE Members $55 Non-Members $85

AM transmission systems require the use of a specific ground system that is designed as part of the antenna.   These systems are often a source of mystery to the uninitiated. In this webinar we will focus on understanding the AM antenna system and the need for these ground systems. We will discuss theory, design standards, FCC requirements, good engineering practice, installation process, maintenance, and troubleshooting.

IP Network Troubleshooting - Part 3

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members $55 Non-Members $85

Successful troubleshooting of any system relies upon applying a logical approach with knowledge of the underlying technology involved. The webinar will focus upon utilizing protocol analysis to "see" IP network activity as it is difficult to remediate what can't be seen. A focus will be placed upon expanding your understanding of applying protocol analysis using the open-source protocol analyzer application “Wireshark”.

IP Network Troubleshooting - Part 1

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members $49 Non-Members $80

Successful troubleshooting of any system relies upon applying a logical approach with knowledge of the technology involved, and maybe a little luck when experience is lacking. This webinar will focus upon applying a logical approach to troubleshooting an IP network in a LAN environment with a basic understanding of IP networking principals by following the data flow layers of the OSI model. A focus will be placed upon utilization of techniques and use of common open-source tools to identify and isolate network connectivity and performance abnormalities.

 

IP Network Troubleshooting - Part 2

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members $49 Non-Members $80

Successful troubleshooting of any system relies on applying a logical approach with knowledge of the technology involved, and maybe a little luck when experience is lacking. This webinar will focus on utilizing protocol analysis to troubleshoot performance abnormalities of IP network in a LAN environment. A focus will be placed on understanding and applying protocol analysis utilizing the open-source protocol analyzer Wireshark.

Importance of Proper Grounding

David Brender, P.E.

SBE Members $49 Non-Members $80

This presentation will review the elements of a building’s wiring and grounding systems (including lightning protection) that pertain to power quality at communications facilities and improve up-time. Proper wiring and grounding, beyond those minimal requirements of the NEC, can greatly alleviate power quality problems in broadcast and public service communications facilities

 

Transmitter Maintenance Checklist

Presenter: Steve Fluker, CBT

SBE Members $49 Non-Members $80

This webinar will cover the regular tasks that should be performed at a tower site. While maintenance of the transmitter itself is important, keeping accurate and up-to-date logs and records is paramount to maintaining the entire site. Each site visit should include several regular checks. Some items are checked on each visit, some are checked monthly or quarterly, and some are seasonal.

HD Radio Advancements and Trends                        

Presenter: Alan Jurison, CSRE, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: FREE; Non-Members: $49

This webinar will review some of the newest HD Radio features (Artist Experience, Data Services via HD) and implementation of HD Radio in the automotive space.  Most automotive manufacturers are including HD Radio in their latest vehicles.  We will discuss the receivers that already supporting this technology to give background on what support is out there, and what is on the horizon. This presentation is intended to be both an overview (high level discussion) for non-engineering managers but we will also have a brief lower level technical discussion for engineers as well.  Information will be shared on field evaluations of the tangible of tangible benefits of elevated digital power.  And some tips will be shared to help make sure your stations offer the best experience for your listeners.

 

Field Observations of Elevated FM HD (IBOC) Power Levels                        

Presenter: Alan Jurison, CSRE, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $80

In 2010, the Federal Communications Commission adopted new technical rules to permit FM stations to voluntarily increase hybrid digital power levels from -20dBc to -14dBc for most stations, and set a system to allow some stations to achieve up to -10dBc. Since that date, many stations have updated their transmission facilities to take advantage of the power increase. This presentation will discuss field observations of elevated FM HD power levels on select stations and, in particular, in how they relate to the significant improvement in overall digital performance in the OEM automotive environment.

 

Deploying Artist Experience (Album Art) via HD Radio -               Length: 1 hour, 26 minutes      

Presenter: Alan Jurison, CSRE, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75

One of the most recent advances in the HD Radio system is the ability to transmit images that correspond with the audio programming on any FM HD radio channel. Because of the increasing receiver base for album art, and the ability for terrestrial radio to stay relevant and competitive with other mediums, it is strongly encouraged that all stations implement this feature on their stations. This presentation will dissect this topic in three parts, and is intended to be both an overview discussion for managers and technical discussion for those who will be implementing the technology, or for those who just want to learn more about how it works.

 

AM Directional Antenna Modeling                                                           Length: 2 hours, 40 minutes

Presenter: Cris Alexander, CPBE, AMD, DRB

SBE Members: $79; Non-Members: $109     

This webinar provides a detailed overview of the modeling process, including base impedance matrix and sample system calibration measurements, model construction / calibration and derivation of operating parameters from the calibrated model. The FCC requirements for moment-method license applications will also be discussed.

BXF: Improving Broadcast Operation Workflow                                      Length: 1 hour
Presenter: Chris Lennon

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75

This webinar provides an overview of what BXF is, where it came from, and what its capabilities are. Broadcasters all over the world are leveraging its unique features to automate previously manual, or at the very least cumbersome, practices. Learn why they’re finding it indispensible and why you might, too.

IP Microwave STLs                                                                                                         Length: 1 hour

Presenter: Jeff Holdenrid 

SBE Members: Free, thanks to DoubleRadius; Non-Members: $49

In August of 2011 the FCC abolished the last link rule opening up Part 101 licensed frequencies to broadcasters. These frequencies, like 950mhz, 7ghz, and 13Ghz are licensed frequencies but with the ability to run high speed bidirectional data rates. These frequencies have the ability to provide up to a gigabit of bidirectional throughput to your transmission sites. This webinar will inform you on these new licensed frequencies and the design do’s and don’ts for these frequencies. The webinar also looks at a live path profile showing what can be done today.

IP Networking, part 1 - the OSI Model and Layers                             Length: 1 hour, 20 minutes

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75    

The webinar is the first in a series that aids in the self-study for the SBE Certified Broadcast Networking Engineer™ (CBNE™) certification exam. This webinar will focus on introducing concepts of the OSI Model, TCP Model, and the application to the Physical, Network, and Transport layers as applied to IP Networking as utilized in broadcast distributions systems.

IP Networking, part 2 - Routing and Switching                                      Length: 1 hour, 20 minutes

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75    

This webinar is the second in a series that aids in the self-study for the SBE Certified Broadcast Networking Engineer™ (CBNE™) certification exam. Topics addressed include unicast versus multicast, routing, switching, VLAN’s, and QoS for audio and video applications. Content will be focused on the broadcast plant where possible and is applicable to those sitting for the CBNE™ exam.

IP Networking, part 3 - IP Address Management                                            Length: 1 hour, 25 minutes

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75  

IP addressing can be one of the most challenging aspects of IP network design and support. Implementing IP addressing schemes to efficiently utilize public IP address space can be challenging for the broadcast network engineer. IP addressing for ease of host management, security, and performance further adds to the sometimes complexity and confusion. This webinar dispels some of the complexity and provide practical tips, tools, and resources to effectively manage IP address space.

IP Networking, part 4 - the Fundamentals of IPv6                                         Length: 1 hour, 20 minutes

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75  

This webinar builds upon the brief introduction to IPv6 terminology presented in the third webinar of the series held in January 2013. Just as IPv4 addressing can be challenging when managing limited IP address space, IPv6 brings new challenges when working with enormous IP address space. A new mindset is required to effectively understand and implement IPv6 in your network. New IPv6 features and capabilities also bring challenges to the broadcast network engineer.

IP Networking, part 5 - Building the KSBE Network                                      Length: 1 hour, 25 minutes

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75

The IP Networking webinar series continues with part 5 focusing on “Building the KSBE Network", by applying the concepts addressed in the first 4 parts of the IP Networking Webinar series. The end result of this webinas is an understanding of how to build an IP network infrastructure often found in a broadcast environment. The “KSBE Network” addresses layered IP network design, application of an IP addressing plan, use of VLAN’s, routing protocols, securing the network, and access to the network through a secure VPN connection.

IP Networking, part 6 - an Introduction to IP Multicast                         Length: 1 hour

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75

This webinar focuses on understanding Multicast terminology, the addressing utilized, and the basics of switching and routing in a multicast IP network. Practical implementation examples to deliver AoIP and IPTV content will be utilized to illustrate the theoretical concepts presented.

IPv6 for Broadcasters                                                                             Length: 1 hour, 20 minutes

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75  

In order to keep up with the competition, broadcasters need to know more about IPv6, particularly as they are considering how their customers are increasingly turning to the Internet to get various content. This webinar focuses on IPv6 background, the current state of the industry, IPv6 technology basics (terminology focus), and expand on the technical details of implementation.

 

Advanced IP Networking-The Network of Networks (Part 1) -                        Length: 70 Minutes

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $80

The Advanced IP Networking series builds upon the fundamentals of IP Networking presented in the previous offered IP Networking webinar series.The fundamental principles become the foundation to applying previously learned theoretical concepts into real world practical implementations.

The first of the series offered in 2014 will focus upon implementation of multiple isolated, but structured networks built upon a common physical infrastructure. Isolated networks examples will include performance, security, and policy factors that may be used in implementation decisions. Implementation examples will use actual network equipment configuration.

Advanced IP Networking: Routing the Network of Networks (Part 2)             Length: 70 minutes

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $80

This is the second webinar in the Advanced IP Networking series. Part 2 builds on the previous Network of Networks webinar by incorporating IP Layer 3 routing and selective access features utilizing Access Control Lists (ACL) to a VLAN based layer 2 multiple network based infrastructure. Theoretical concepts of routing protocol choices and ACL implementation will be reinforced with real-world equipment configuration examples.

 

Advanced IP Networking- Securing the Network of Networks (Part 3)      Length: 80 minutes

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $80

The third webinar in this series will focus on implementing switch port security, outside access options to network resources, and general network security best practices.

 

Advanced IP Networking - Addressing the Network of Networks (Part 4)

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE                     Length: 90 Minutes

SBE Members $49 Non-Members $80

The Advanced IP Networking Webinar series continues with part 4: Addressing the Network of Networks. This webinar will build upon the previous webinars in this series by developing an IP addressing scheme for the segmented or layer network architecture developed throughout the series. A focus upon efficient use of public IPv4 address space will be provided in addition to integration of private IPv4 address space.

Webinar Outline:

10 minute IP Networking Fundamentals Review

IPv4 Addressing Fundamentals

Subnetting for Performance, Security, & Policy

Public vs Private: Integrating NAT

Developing an IP Addressing Plan

Summary & Best Practice Review

Bonus Material: CBNE Study Topics

 

Networking Technology for Broadcast Engineers                                           Length: 120 minutes each

Presenter: Wayne Pecena, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNE

SBE Members: $98; Non-Members: $165

Webinar 1 -TCP/IP & UDP Fundamentals, IP Addressing - IPv4 focused

Webinar 2 - IPv6 Fundamentals, Switching and Routing, QoS Basics, Controlling Traffic and Security Concerns 

This introduction- to intermediate- level series of 2 webinars focuses on TCP/IP based networking fundamentals in an Ethernet environment. Topics to be covered include TCP/IP and UDP Fundamentals, IP Addressing, Sub-netting Basics, an Introduction to IPv6, Switching Fundamentals, VLAN Use, Routing Fundamentals, Quality of Services (QoS) Basics, and Networking Security Concerns.

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Broadcast Operations       

 

Managing of your Contract Engineer Business

Presenters: Dennis Baldridge and Mike Seaver

SBE Members $55 Non-Members $85

This webinar is divided into two sections. Dennis Baldridge and Mike Seaver will cover contract engineering services from two different perspectives. The first part of the webinar will be from the point of the view of the contract engineer. In the next section, Mike will deal with topics from a station's view point.

                                                                          

Recent Updates to the AC 70/7460-1Lfor Tower Lighting

Presenter: David Shepeard

SBE Members $55 Non-Members $85

A short list overview of the changes made in the 70/7460-1L tower lighting Advisory Circular published Dec. 4, 2015, compared to the previous 70/7460-1K Advisory Circular. This presentation will focus on the major changes all broadcasters should know.

 

ATSC 3.0                

Presenter: Richard Chernock

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $80

ATSC 3.0 is a suite of new standards and practices for the next generation of broadcast television – a system that will provide even more services to viewers, but will also require a clean break from the technologies of earlier-generation DTV systems. The system requirements include a call for a flexible and more efficient physical layer, mobility, Ultra-High Definition (UHD) images, new solutions for audio, incorporation of new user technologies such as second screen, and incorporation of broadband connectivity. ATSC 3.0 represents a cooperative effort between all segments of the industry and many parts of the world. This presentation will provide an overview of the status of the ATSC 3.0 activity from a technical point of view as well as the anticipated time schedule.

Creative Strategies for Translators and Boosters                                          Length: 85 minutes 

Presenter: Doug Vernier, CPBE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75
Referencing real life examples of creative translators and boosters now on the air, attendees will hear about how AM day stations can be programmed at night by using fill-in translator, translator location hopping move-ins to larger populations and translators with HD2 or HD3 primary signal inputs. Basic translator rules for NCE and commercial frequencies will be covered, in addition to how operators can optimize translator coverage.

KREX - the Real World of Disaster Recovery                                                    Length: 75 minutes

Presenter: Skip Erickson

SBE Members: FREE; Non-Members: $49

Free to SBE Members, thanks to

      

For most engineers, the Disaster Recovery Plan is a file on their hard drive that is a rarely updated and sketchy plan on what should be done if the station is destroyed. Find out what real world lessons in disaster planning were learned when the CBS and Fox affiliate in Grand Junction, Colorado burned completely to the ground and the Super Bowl was just two weeks away.

Leadership Development Series                                                                      Length: 75 minutes each

       1) The Function and Nature of Leadership

       2) Communication

       3) Motivation

Presenter: Rodney Vandeveer, SBE Leadership Development Course Instructor

SBE Members: $59; Non-Members: $85
This series provides an introduction to leadership, and will explore basic principles of leadership, how effective communication can dramatically increase efficiency and employee satisfaction, and how motivation plays an essential part in employee commitment.

Managing a Project and Outside Contractors for Success                           Length: 90 minutes  

Presenter: John Luff, 2010 SBE Engineer of the Year

SBE Members: $59; Non-Members: $85
The nature of our business is wrapped around change. One of these types of change occurs when stations face major projects that can be disruptive, yet fulfilling for those involved. This significant change causes stress unless a carefully designed structure is wrapped around the work. This webinar reviews the roles and responsibilities of those involved in planning and executing a capital project. Emphasis is placed on the roles and responsibilities of the station, consultants, and system integrators.

Mathematics of Reliability                                                                                           Length: 60 minutes

Presenter: Fred Baumgartner, CPBE, CBNT

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75
For every engineer who has ever been asked to plan their next outage, or knew intuitively that they really needed to budget a spare, this tutorial covers how to apply the statistical analysis of system availability to the design, operation, and budgeting of a broadcast facility.

Springtime Maintenance to Keep You on the Air                                     Length: 120 minutes

Presenter: John Bisset

SBE Members: Free, thanks to Broadcast Supply Worldwide; Non-Members: $49      

Drawing from his experience as a chief engineer, and in writing Radio World’s popular Workbench column, John Bisset will lead engineers through a series of inspections and tasks to prepare your site for warmer weather. Along the way, he will offer some engineering nuggets to improve your maintenance efficiency as well.

Streaming Radio: a Tutorial for Broadcasters                                               Length: 60 minutes

Presenter: Christopher Tarr, CSRE, DRB, CBNT

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75

Streaming radio stations today is far more complicated than in the past. Whether you are considering streaming for the first time, or looking to upgrade your streaming product, Chris Tarr will take you through all the things you need to consider, from choosing a streaming provider, sending metadata, royalty payments, service for mobile devices and more.

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FCC Rules and Regulations                

 

2016 RF Safety Course

Presenter: Richard Strickland , RF Safety Solutions

SBE Members $95 Non-Members $150

The course is designed for broadcast station personnel, including chief and assistant chief engineers, transmitter site engineers, ENG and SNG maintenance personnel and management that need to have an understanding of RF safety issues and regulations.

Sharing of the 2025-2110 MHz Band Between DoD and the Broadcast Community

FREE

Foster collaboration between DoD and Broadcast Community in pursuit of establishing coordination procedures and operational harmony.

Updated! Chief Operator Responsibilities - What should I be doing?        Back to top            

Presenter: Dennis Baldridge, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNT

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $80

In the winter of 2012 Dennis presented a webinar on this topic. Over the last few years there have been changes and updates. The licensee of each AM, FM, TV or Class A TV broadcast station must designate a person to serve as the station's chief operator (FCC Rules 73.1870). Depending on the type of facilities, there are varying requirements as to who this person may be and their responsibilities. This training covers the responsibilities of the Designated Chief Operator and the duties necessary to fulfill this position.

AM Rule Changes                                                                                       

Presenter: Cris Alexander, CPBE, AMD, DRB

SBE Members: FREE; Non-Members: $49

The FCC has recently released a Report & Order detailing some rule changes that are very beneficial to AM radio stations, particularly those that employ directional arrays. The rule changes make AM antenna protection universal across services, provide a mechanism for dealing with existing pattern interference, and provides for the use of moment-method modeling as the primary means of determining reradiation potential. In the webinar, Cris will review the new rules and discuss how they will impact AM broadcast stations.

                                                      

FCC Enforcement Actions - an Analysis of Broadcast Violations           Length: 1 hour, 20 minutes

Presenters: Dennis Baldridge, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNT

James Roop, FCC District Director Chicago Field Office

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75  

This webinar, presented jointly by a representative of the FCC and an SBE technical presenter, reviews the most common violations committed by broadcasters, categorizes them into groups and discusses how to prevent them.

FCC Self-Inspection Checklist                                                                                   Length: 105 minutes

Presenter: Dennis Baldridge, CPBE, 8-VSB, AMD, DRB, CBNT

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75
This webinar covers the purpose, scope and limitations of the self inspection checklist. It also addresses the technical and non-technical aspects, as well as the public inspection file, antenna structures, the Emergency Alert System and more.

 

The Nuts and Bolts of the FCC FM Allocation Procedures                       Length: 85 minutes

Presenter: Doug Vernier, CPBE

SBE Members: $49; Non-Members: $75

This webinar is useful to station engineers and managers in the process of understanding FM allocation and why their licenses limit transmission power and tower height, and what they can do to improve coverage over the population they reach.

TV White Space Devices & Wireless Microphones                                   Length: 90 minutes

Presenter: Joe Snelson, CPBE, 8-VSB

SBE Members: FREE, thanks to Shure; Non-Members: $49      

The FCC is now allowing unlicensed wireless devices to operate in vacant, or TV White Space, channels as well as accommodating unlicensed microphone use. This webinar provides an overview of what the FCC has authorized for unlicensed devices and how this will impact the daily operations of a broadcaster, news organization or production company.               

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Overview of Webinars

The Society of Broadcast Engineers is pleased to bring you Webinars by SBE. Webinars by SBE consists of online seminars on subjects of interest to broadcast engineers. You can view the webinar live, or choose to view it from the archives on our website. 

Why sign up for a webinar?

There are several reasons why webinars are beneficial:

  • Time Efficient - Gain immediate information in a short span of time
  • Cost Efficient - When you can’t afford the cost of travel or time away from work
  • Convenient - View a recorded webinar anytime, day or night

What is the format of a webinar?

Each webinar typically lasts 60-90 minutes (some last up to three hours). A presentation is shown over the Internet and audio is heard through VoIP on your computer or by telephone through a phone conference.  Participants of the live webinar can ask questions of the instructor, and receive a link to the recording for future viewing. 

Can questions be asked during the live webinar?

Yes, during the live webinar there is a chat box where you may send the instructor(s) questions. 

What are the system requirements to participate in or view a webinar?

Before registering for a webinar, verify that your computer meets the requirements to fully participate in the meeting:

  • PC or Mac
  • Internet Explorer 7.0 or later, Safari or Firefox
  • At least 800x600 screen resolution
  • Steady Internet connection, 56K or above -some features may require a broadband connection
  • Working computer speakers (if you are listening to the audio via VoIP)

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What Members are saying about Webinars by SBE

"This webinar was very informative. I was unaware of how complicated the proper operation of these new devices will be, so the information gained here will certainly be helpful."

- Andrew Kennedy, CBNT of the TV White Space Devices Webinar

"I cannot tell you how much I appreciated this webinar. Thanks Doug for doing this and providing such useful and important insight on this new 'currency' in the fm band."

 

- Participant of the Webinar by SBE on Creative Strategies for Translators and Boosters

Thanks for the webinar, to BSW for sponsoring it, and John for sharing his experience and knowledge. I am sorry I was not able to participate live, but the recording was great, and I'm for sure going to re-watch/listen to it and take notes ... Lots of great info for a new engineer.

- Matthew Chambers, CBT, of the Springtime Maintenance Webinar
 

"This was my first webinar and it went great! Congrats to Mr. Baldridge for his non-stop performance!"

- Participant of the Webinar by SBE on Chief Operator Responsibilities

    

The kinds of knowledge and tips shared in this two-hour webinar would take years to collect through practical on-the-job experience and advice acquired from more experience colleagues. Many thanks to BSW for their generous sponsorship.

- Robert Fehr, CBRE, of the Springtime Maintenance Webinar

       

SBE Recertification Credit

The completion of a webinar from Webinars by SBE qualifies for 1 credit, identified under Category I of the Recertification Schedule for SBE Certifications. 

How do I register for a webinar?

Click on the webinar of your choice.  There will be a link to the SBE registration page for that particular webinar, either live or archived. 

If the webinar is archived, you will receive the link to the webinar along with the handouts in an email within a few minutes of completing your online registration so that you can begin viewing the webinar immediately.

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