Tuesday, 28. May 2019, Nashville Music City Center, PTPA Annual Meeting 2019

from 28. May 2019 - 17:00
till 29. May 2019 - 15:30

Nashville Music City Center

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When: Tuesday, May 28th & Wednesday May 29th, 2019
Tuesday, May 28th :          Registration - Omni Hotel - next to PBS Registration 5:00pm - 6:00pm EST 
                                          Programmer of the Year Award Dinner 6:30pm - 9:00pm EST
Wednesday, May 29th:      PTPA Meeting - Music City Center -  7:00am - 3:30pm EST

Meeting:  Music City Center, Nashville
Hotel:       Omni Hotel, Nashville & Hilton Hotel, Nashville

Please refer to the PTPA website for your member code to receive the member rate. PTPA MEMBERS REGISTER HERE .  You will need to follow the link here, and insert your code to recieve your discounted rate.  
PTPA Member Early Bird (open until March 31st, 2019):  $200

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PTPA Member Registration (opens April 1st, 2019): $250

Click the green ticket button on the top of this screen to start your registration.
Non Member Early Bird (open until March 31st, 2019): $250
Non Member Reginstration (opens April 1st, 2019): $300

Hotel Accomodations:
This meeting will take place at the Music City Center, a convention center, located directly across the street from the Omni Hotel, where the PBS Annual Meeting will be taking place.   In order to make room reservations, please register for the Annual PBS Meeting here.  Rooms are limited at the Omni Hotel, so please make your room reservation asap. Special Hotel  Discounts end March 22nd, 2019.
If you are NOT attending the PBS Annual Meeting, please click here to book your room at the Hilton Hotel, located next door to the Omni and Music City Center, at the special meeting room rate of $229.  Book Here.

About the PTPA Annual Meeting:
The PTPA Annual Meeting provides mentoring, networking and information sharing opportunities specifically for public television programmers.  Sessions include discussions with representatives of national organizations and focus on professional development topics aimed at keeping  programmers informed about the latest developments in research and the evolving role of the programmer.  PTPA promotes programmer contributions to public television, and we recognize and reward excellence within the profession.   We use the resources of our professional community to provide a programming perspective to policy makers, national agencies and producers.
The Full Agenda will be published on the PTPA website in April 2019
If you have any other questions,  please contact Nicky Freegard at nicky@tracmedia.com
We look forward to seeing you in Nashville!

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