Posted on January 1, 2015 in ATSC News
Run-off Election for ATSC Board of Directors
Attention all ATSC members: remember to cast your ballot by Jan. 13 in the run-off election for the remaining open seat for the ATSC Board of Directors.
The original membership ballot for election of directors to serve in two open board seats closed on Dec. 5. Dave Siegler, Cox Media Group, was elected to serve another term on the Board. None of the other candidates received the minimum number of votes required by the ATSC Bylaws to be elected to the other open position. So, the Nominating Committee has organized a run-off election for the position not filled in the original vote.
Please cast your ballot for one of these three candidates: Chris Homer, PBS; Bob Seidel, CBS; or Craig Todd, Dolby Laboratories. The voting deadline is 11:59 p.m. EST on Jan. 13. Votes will not be accepted after the ballot closes.
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