Posted on December 1, 2016 in ATSC News
Promote your organization to key stakeholders and support the ATSC’s vital mission of defining the future of television by signing on as a 2017 sponsor.
Five 2017 ATSC sponsorship packages are available:
Platinum – $10,000
Gold – $7,500
Silver – $5,000
Bronze – $1,000
Meetings – $500 per event
Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsors receive special recognition and demonstration opportunities at ATSC events including the May 2017 ATSC Broadcast Television Conference.
The three highest packages also include special recognition at the April 2017 NAB Show, a company profile in THE STANDARD newsletter, recognition on ATSC’s website, and complimentary registrations at ATSC events and educational seminars.
Bronze sponsorship packages include being listed in the sponsor section of the new ATSC website while meeting-level sponsors are highlighted on event materials and signage, as well as recognition during program remarks.
The ATSC appreciated the support of our 2016 sponsors – CTA, Cox, Dolby, LG Electronics, NAB, ONE Media, PBS, Samsung, SeeQVault, Sinclair broadcast Group, Sony, Titan TV,Triveni Digital, Verance and Zenith.
To learn more about 2017 sponsorship opportunities, please contact Dave Arland, email@example.com.
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