Save the Date - BCAB 72nd Annual Conference - October 2-3, 2019
The BCAB is pleased to announce that our 72nd Annual Conference will now take place October 2-3, 2019.
The Conference will announce a new revamped & condensed 1.5 days program & various discounts for members & delegates. For a sneak peak at the program, please download the Program at a Glance here.
The host location will be The Inn at Laurel Point, Victoria, BC.
Registration & Housing will open March 2019, for more information please visit the conference page here.
Get a head start on confirming your sponsorship or exhibition at the BCAB 2019 Conference! Download the sponsorship package here and submit your order form now!
The BCAB Awards of Excellence 2017
Congratulations to all Excellence Award Winners!
Thank you to everyone who submitted their award entries for the BCAB Awards of Excellence, “Best in Province” for radio and television commercials, station imaging, community service and news reporting. Awards were presented at the President’s Dinner & Awards Gala held Thursday May 17th.
Find out who won: Click Here
BCAB Awards BC Society of Transition Houses with 2018 Humanitarian Award
The BCAB thanks the GI Society for their participation and success throughout 2017. Read more about the BC Society of Transition Houses. Click Here.
Move Over Millennials, Here Comes Gen Z
The BCAB is pleased to provide a video of the Full Gen Z Focus group and Q&A.
View it: Click Here
BCAB 2018 in Photos
Missed the BCAB 71st Annual Conference?
Check out the photos from the 2018 Conference here.
Unite and Inspire
The British Columbia Association of Broadcasters represents private television and radio broadcasters with the mandate to combine the resources and strength of our industry in three key areas: to promote and contribute to community enhancing programs throughout our province, to present a unified and credible voice in matters that affect our growing industry, and to provide our members with information and inspiration through our annual BCAB Conference
As one of the most enduring and essential communications industries, the private broadcasters of BC have a long and productive history of serving the citizens of this province. A commitment to the delivery of timely and useful information as well as diverse programming is the collective goal of the radio and television broadcasting industry. The emergence of new media platforms - online and mobile - present even greater opportunities for our members to connect with the audience we serve. The BCAB actively works at strengthening our voice in the wider business community and contributing to the positive growth of our province.