Registration & Housing is now OPEN for the BCAB’s 70th Annual Conference, May 16-18, 2017, held at the beautiful Watermark Beach Resort in Osoyoos, B.C.!
The Regular Registration Deadline is on April 7, 2017 at 12:00 AM (PST).
We invite you to bring your family & friends for a week of fun, education and networking as we celebrate 70 years of broadcasting excellence in British Columbia! Room rates are available from Saturday, May 13, 2017 to Sunday, May 21, 2017.
Book your rooms now as certain room types & dates are available on a limited availability. For more information on the room types and rates available, please see the Registration Tab.
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Includes 18 holes of golf, power cart, lunch and lots of prizes!
Date: Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Time: 11:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: Osoyoos Golf Club, 12300 Golf Course Dr, Osoyoos, BC V0H 1V0
11:30 AM to 12:30 PM – Registration and Lunch
(Lunch is sponsored by WideOrbit Inc.)
1:00 PM to 1:30 PM – Modified Shotgun start
Desert Golf Course
Texas Scramble Format
Golf registration includes carts, lunch and an amazing line up of gifts.
Prizes & Gifts:
- All golfers will have the option to choose from a wide selection of 14 different Maui Jim Sunglasses (total value of $120 CAD) – sponsored by Rogers & Maui Jim Sunglasses
- A fabulous Hole-in-One prize at Hole #3, a Porsche Cayenne (value of $65,000 CAD) – sponsored by WideOrbit Inc.
Join us for the finest option for a round of golf in the heart of the South Okanagan Valley’s wine region, we invite you to experience Canada’s only desert-style golf course, complete with plush conditioning, warm hospitality and two 18 hole championship courses. Perched high above the Town of Osoyoos and sculpted in the environs of a desert mountainside, golfers will be rewarded by precision shot making and captivated by views of Osoyoos and its surrounding orchards, vineyards, and Lake Osoyoos below.
Note: Winning prizes will be awarded at the President’s Welcome Reception following the tournament.
Should you need clubs, please call the Osoyoos Golf Club in advance to reserve them 1-800-481-6665, rentals are $40 per set + tax.
Transportation will not be provided.
President’s Welcome Reception – Sponsored by Newcap
Date: Tuesday, May 17, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: Courtyard – Watermark Beach Resort Hotel, 15 Park Place, Osoyoos, BC, V0H 1V0
Join us for the President’s Welcome Reception to kick-off the 70th Annual BCAB Conference, as well as to celebrate the winning teams and individuals from the BCAB Golf Tournament.
Half Century Club & Quarter Century Club Award Luncheon (HCC/QCC) and Presentations – Sponsored by NLogic
Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Time: 12:10PM to 1:30PM
Location: Vineyard Ballroom – Watermark Beach Resort Hotel, 15 Park Place, Osoyoos, BC, V0H 1V0
70th President’s Dinner & Awards Gala – Sponsored by FACTOR
Date: Thursday, May 18, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Location: Watermark Beach – Watermark Beach Resort Hotel, 15 Park Place, Osoyoos, BC, V0H 1V0
6:00 PM to 6:30 PM – Cocktail Reception
6:30 PM to 10:00 PM – President’s Dinner & Awards Gala
Note: The President’s Dinner & Awards Gala will be held outdoors right on the beachfront. We ask that guest dress accordingly. We highly recommend against wearing high heels.
Master of Ceremonies: Kiah & Tara Jean, 96.9 JACK FM
‘Kiah & Tara Jean’ are the award winning morning show on Jack 969 in Vancouver. Their on-air partnership began in 2009 in afternoon drive on the old Virgin 95.3 where their natural chemistry (they’re not married) and rapport (bickering) led to two BCAB ‘Broadcast Performer of the Year’ awards. Four years later they became ‘Jack’s Morning Glory with Kiah & Tara Jean’ where their award drought stands at six years and counting….
FACTOR Sponsored Artist: Five Alarm Funk
Hot, sweaty dance floors with feet stomping and every body moving. Grooves for days. Monster horns, crushing percussion and shredding psych-rock guitars.
These are among the elements that make up the Five Alarm Funk experience. The Vancouver-based band is eight men strong and over a decade deep into a career that has seen it release five acclaimed albums and burn up stages across the country on six national tours. And this vehicle isn’t about to slow down. In fact, Five Alarm Funk is just picking up steam. Set to release their 6th studio album, Sweat, on March 3, 2017, Sweat gets right to the roots of what Five Alarm Funk is all about. Epic, intense arrangements, heavy groove and a ton of fun.
Don’t be fooled by the name: there’s more to Five Alarm Funk than, well, funk. Just ask drummer Tayo Branston, who says that, although they are rooted in the style that gives the outfit its name, he and his bandmates thrive on being able to transcend that genre by seamlessly mixing in elements of Gypsy rock, Latin music, ska, and even prog-metal.
To download a PDF version of the Program at a Glance, please click here.
BCAB 2017 Conference Program – updated as of March 24, 2017
Moderator: Paul Ski
As Senior Vice President of Rogers Radio, Julie Adam is responsible for driving strategy and overseeing the management and development for the Rogers Communications suite of 51 radio stations across Canada, including 680 NEWS, JACK FM, KiSS 92.5, and 98.1 CHFI. With over 20 years of experience in radio and broadcasting, Adam is a passionate and dedicated leader in her industry. Prior to joining Rogers, Adam served as an On-Air Host, Program Director, and Director of Artist Relations at various radio stations across the country.
She began her career at Rogers in 1999 as the KiSS 92.5 Program Director. Since then, Adam has been recognized as Canada’s first female Vice President of Programming and is a recipient of the Rosalie Award from Radio Trailblazers. Adam is a graduate of Ryerson University and holds a Bachelor of Applied Arts degree, with a major in Radio and Television.
About Paul Larsen
Paul Larsen is President and Operating Partner of Clear Sky Radio. Paul’s career began in 1986 as overnight announcer on CKNL Fort St. John, BC. At 19, he was hosting a Province wide radio show originating on CKNW Vancouver and carried on over 30 affiliate stations across BC. He next moved to Westlock, Alberta to become Operations Manager of Nornet Communications overseeing 12 small-market AM stations. After Nornet, Paul held programming positions with Corus and Newcap in Calgary and in 2004, he returned to British Columbia as President and General Manager of Island Radio, a group of six stations on Vancouver Island. Pursuing a career long goal to own stations, Paul founded Clear Sky Radio with partners Hugh McKinnon and Mary Mills in 2006. Today, Clear Sky owns four Alberta stations; CJOC and CKBD Lethbridge, CJCY Medicine Hat and a new licence to serve Strathmore, set to launch this year. In September 2015, Clear Sky launched its first BC station, CFSM “Summit 107” serving the East Kootenay with four transmitters in Cranbrook/Kimberley, Invermere, Fernie and Sparwood. In addition to Clear Sky, Paul is a partner in radio stations in Leduc and Stony Plain, Alberta and consults a number of other clients.
About Geoff Poulton
Geoff began his broadcasting career with rogers in 1989 as a board op at 97Kiss FM Vancouver (now Jack FM). In the 28 years since he has held virtually every position in a radio station. He has also been responsible for the Rogers Radio Digital Division, was VP/GM of television for City TV/Omni TV Vancouver and VP of Radio for Rogers in B.C. and Manitoba. A past member of the British Columbia Association of Broadcasters and the Manitoba Association of Broadcasters Geoff is currently active on the boards of the CAB CEO Radio Council, the Ontario Association of Broadcasters and the Numeris Radio Executive Committee. Since August of 2013 Geoff has been the President of Vista Radio which operates 44 radio stations broadcasting over 71 transmitters across three provinces and the northwest territories.
About Troy Reeb
As the head of News, Troy Reeb is responsible for all content across Corus radio, TV, and digital. His roster spans the network’s flagship newscast Global National, local operations from 12 Global News stations and 39 Corus Radio stations across Canada.
Serving as Global News’ Editor in Chief and VP since 2008, Reeb has managed the addition of numerous newscasts in every market, providing over 80 hours a week of local news programming across the network. He has also overseen the establishment of new foreign news bureaus and helped launch Canada’s most-watched political affairs program, The West Block with Tom Clark. In 2012, Reeb spearheaded Global News’ commitment to covering breaking news online and via social media channels through its Digital First campaign.
Reeb sits on the board of Journalists for Human Rights, Canada’s leading media development organization, which trains journalists from developing countries to report on human rights and governance abuses. In 2015, Reeb completed the Executive Management program at Harvard Business School.
About Rod Schween
Rod Schween is President of the Jim Pattison Broadcast Group with 43 radio and 3 television stations in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Based in Kamloops, B.C., Mr. Schween is also General Manager of CFJC-TV, CIFM-FM & CKBZ-FM. He was appointed President by Mr. Jim Pattison after previously serving as General Manager & General Sales Manager for the Pattison Lethbridge/Cranbrook division with 6 radio stations in 3 different communities. As President, Mr. Schween is responsible for the day to day operations of the Division and the stations.
The 29 year broadcast veteran has grown up in the industry and has held numerous management positions including Operations Manager, Program Director, and General Manager/General Sales Manager. Prior to his move to the management side of the business, Mr. Schween was a successful on-air host in Cranbrook, Wainwright and Slave Lake. During his time behind the microphone Mr. Schween held various Morning and Afternoon Drive positions and also enjoyed many seasons as Play by Play host of local junior hockey. Mr. Schween is a 16 year board member of the BC Association of Broadcasters. He was also formerly recognized as the BCAB Broadcaster of the Year for his contributions to his local community and the broadcasting industry in British Columbia. The Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce recognized him as the 2003 Business Person of the year and Mr. Schween was also nominated for Cranbrook’s Citizen of the Year in 2006.
More information will be available in early 2017.
Moderator: Ross Davies
For more than thirty years Ross has held key programming, operations and senior management positions in Canadian radio working with some of the country’s largest broadcast companies. Ross started his career in Western Canada with Moffatt Communications and since moving to Toronto in 1979 has worked with Standard Radio, Canadian Satellite Radio, Astral Media Radio and CHUM Ltd. Ross spent more than twenty years at Chum Limited in various positions, including Vice President of Programming, CHUM Group Radio. Today Ross is the General Manager, Member Engagement Radio for Numeris, the leading provider of TV, Radio and consumer audience research for Canadian broadcasters, advertisers and agencies.
Throughout his career Ross has won a number of awards including Station of the Year and Program Director of the Year. He served as Operations Manager and Program Director for CHUM FM during the 90’s helping it become the #1 ranked radio station in Canada. He is the co-creator of the original Jack/Bob variety hits format with the launch of Bob-FM in Winnipeg, Manitoba in the spring of 2002. Ross was part of the executive team at XM Satellite radio that launched Canada’s first satellite radio service in 2005.
He has held key positions in the radio and music industries including President of the Ontario Association of Broadcasters, inaugural chair of the Radio Starmaker Fund and 1st Vice President of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS). Ross is currently a member of MusiCounts, the music education advisory committee for CARAS, and sits on the Board of Directors for the Ontario Association of Broadcasters.
He is a regular key note speaker at radio and music industry conferences and has appeared before the CRTC on various industry initiatives.
Anita Boyle Evans is Director Member Engagement, TV at Numeris, Canada’s authoritative source for broadcast audio and video measurement. In this role Anita’s brings her expertise in building and developing the highest level of client satisfaction for broadcasters, agencies and advertisers. She is passionate about representing the voice of TV members in internal discussions to ensure we to continue to provide relevant world class audience measurement services.
Throughout her career, Anita has continually sought new and better ways to serve customers, partners and employees. Prior to joining Numeris, Anita spent 14 years at Nielsen Media Research as Director Client Service & Sales where her results-oriented, persuasive communication and strong negotiation style led to a provide track record in both client service and sales.
Anita began her Canadian working career in Project Management at Pearson Book Publishing and as Associate Publisher at BCS, a custom magazine publisher.
Anita is an active industry participant including 10 years on the Broadcast Research Council (BRC) as well as in her community where she is involved in a number of local committees. Most recently she served as Vice Chair, Board of Directors at The Cedar Centre, a non-for-profit organization that provides free-of-charge therapy to those affected by childhood trauma.
Lisa Eaton is Senior Vice-President, Member Engagement at Numeris, Canada’s authoritative source for broadcast audio and video measurement. Leveraging 25 years of Industry experience, she provides executive leadership for the member services team at Numeris and plays a key role in developing and executing Numeris’ product and client solution strategies.
Prior to joining Numeris, Eaton was Managing Director of Nielsen Media Research in Canada where she was responsible for overseeing its advertising intelligence and custom analytical media services. She was also VP GM of Jupiter Media Metrix Canada. She spent her formative years at BBM and on the agency side of the business.
She has been an active participant in the Industry servicing as Chair of the Staying Tuned Research Conference (2012, 2013) and as former co-chair of the Canadian Advertising Research Foundation, BRC board member and IAB committee member.
Lisa is a graduate of the Business program at Ryerson University, majoring in Marketing Management. She has also completed executive management programs at Harvard University and Queen’s School of Business.
Neil McEneaney was appointed President & CEO of Numeris on January 11th, 2016.
Since his appointment, Neil has focused on strengthening Numeris’ ability to provide eminent broadcast measurement, consumer behavior data and industry-leading intelligence in a constant changing environment. Under Neil’s leadership, Numeris’ Senior Executive Team have recently updated the Numeris strategy and business plan, creating newly energized objectives, processes and structures with a strategic focus on key priorities for the organization.
Neil is a media executive with 25 years of media experience. At the time of his appointment, Neil held the role of Chief Business Officer at CBC, English Services where under his leadership he managed various strategic and business operations related to and including Strategy, Digital, Sports, Media, Operations & Technology, Competitive Analysis, and Finance. Mr. McEneaney’s 15 years at CBC granted him the opportunity to hold a variety of positions including CBC’s Interim Executive Vice-President, English Services, where he was responsible for overseeing English radio and audio, television and digital operations across the country.
Prior to this, Neil held various senior roles at Southam Inc. (now “Post Media Networks”) for 9 years before joining the CBC in 2001.
Neil is a Chartered Professional Accountant with a Bachelor of Commerce degree with Honours from Concordia University and a graduate diploma in Public Accountancy from McGill University.
Session: Who’s Listening/Who’s Watching? – The Numeris Audio & Video Strategy
The world of radio and television is in a state of disruption and change. Listening and viewing consumption is changing, content distribution is changing and audience demographics are changing. The need to capture and hold audiences has never been more challenging. Broadcasters are evolving their strategies to meet the increasing demand of delivering measureable business solutions to their owners and clients. The same applies to Numeris who must anticipate and proactively address its member’s needs through an ongoing commitment to quality, innovation and value. This session will bring you up to date on Numeris’ plans to deliver on this promise as well as provide you with the latest audience insights on just how Canadians are using your product.
Keynote Speaker: Roger Haskett
The Power of Play
Play has been scientifically proven to be one of the best methods to create engagement, increase performance and supercharge creativity and innovation. In a word, play is MAGIC.
In this dynamic session, Roger Haskett demonstrates innovative techniques that incorporate elements of play into education, meeting, and team programming.
- Gain tangible strategies to help incorporate play and a playful mindset into the most important aspects of work and life
- Design your work environment, training sessions, and meetings to increase knowledge retention, encourage creativity, promote wellness, and much more
- Learn to reverse society’s concept of play so that you can use play to create power.
About Roger Haskett
Roger helps organizations, individuals, and meetings across North America to be more be more engaging and maximize their potential. His award-winning keynotes, workshops, and training sessions are thought provoking, entertaining, and interactive.
Roger creates a positive, transformational experience that leaves participants energized and excited to achieve their goals. He helps people become a bigger, better, more authentic version of themselves in every moment.
As the owner of Engagement Unlimited, Roger leads a dynamic team of event professionals, facilitators, and performers who make meetings, companies, and teams entertained, educated, and engaged at meetings and events. Roger also has an impressive background in acting and education. He holds a BFA in Acting, and a Master of Arts in Education, and has appeared in over 150 films, tv shows, and commercials.
You may have seen him in shows like the X-Files, Supernatural, Stargate, i-Robot, or Wayward Pines.
About David Phillips
David spent 5 years working in London, culminating in a stint running the media owner division of TGI, Britain’s qualitative currency. After moving to Vancouver 12 years ago, he joined BBM Canada (now Numeris), before moving to Toronto to run NLogic. Through his strong leadership skills and passion for anything data driven, David has transformed NLogic from a service provider of 3rd party products to an agile company with a leading product development team creating industry firsts.
Stephen B. Simpson
Commissioner Simpson will be giving a brief update on the CRTC.
About Stephen B. Simpson
During his career Steve has acquired considerable experience, first in broadcasting, then advertising and media production and more recently in interactive media and the internet.
Steve was Vice President and Creative Director as some of the world’s largest advertising agencies including Foote Cone & Belding Chicago, Ronalds Reynolds Toronto and Cockfield Brown Montreal.
He was also an equity owner of Angus Reid Research (now Ipsos Reid Canada).
He also served as Chairman of a publicly traded company, Totally Hip Software, a software developer specializing in Apple’s interactive QuickTime multi-media technology.
Steve was appointed in 2008 as a CRTC National Commissioner with responsibilities for British Columbia and the Yukon. He was recently re-appointed for another 5-year term.
He lives in Vancouver, Canada, is a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow, a founding member of the Canadian Heritage Arts Society and has served as a director of the Vancouver Playhouse, the Granville Island Trust, the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation and the Vancouver Port Authority.
Deloitte 2017 TMT Predictions with a focus on broadcasting
Please join Duncan Stewart, co-author of Deloitte’s annual TMT Predictions report. Now in its 17th year, Predictions is the most accurate forward looking research on the tech, media and telecom sectors. Duncan will be looking at device trends, demographics, and media consumption for 2017 and beyond. Look for an update on new devices like virtual reality and wearables, but also a review of the trends around TV and radio consumption. Mostly US data, but with some Canadian and UK data as well.
About Duncan Stewart
Duncan is the Director of TMT Research for Deloitte Canada, and is a globally recognized expert on the forecasting of consumer and enterprise technology, media & telecommunications trends. He presents regularly at conferences and to companies on marketing, technology, consumer trends, and the longer term TMT outlook. He also works with individual clients (across all industries) in assessing the impact of technological, demographic, and regulatory changes on their business strategies.
He is a member of Deloitte’s national TMT executive team, and co-author of Deloitte Research’s annual Predictions report on trends in TMT. He is also a Research Director for Deloitte France, covering all industries, not just TMT.
Duncan has over 25 years of experience in the TMT industry. As an analyst and portfolio manager, he has provided research or made investments in the entire Canadian technology and telecommunications sector, and won the Canadian Technology Fund Manager of the Year award in its inaugural year. In his time as an investor he deployed a cumulative $2 billion of capital into global TMT markets.
Duncan has a high profile media presence and is frequently interviewed on technology, media and telecommunications issues. He has been a technology columnist for the Globe and Mail, CBC Radio and the National Post.
He is a CFA® charterholder and also holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of British Columbia.
What’s up with Millennials’ media habits? Where does broadcast radio fit in with music streaming, podcasts, video and all the other media options out there? Do they listen to radio on their smartphones – and if not, why not? You’ll get the answers to these questions and more in an up close and personal focus group moderated by Jeff Vidler of Audience Insights Inc.
About Jeff Vidler
With more than 25 years of senior level media research and consulting experience, Jeff provides research expertise and strategic advice to many major media companies in Canada and the US. Jeff is a former Vice-President with the Angus Reid Group, a Partner at Solutions Research Group, and Senior VP of Media Research with Vision Critical. At Audience Insights Inc., Jeff works with a network of associates to provide his clients with a full spectrum of research services and insights.
BCAB 2017 Important Dates
|December 5, 2016||Registration and Housing Opens|
|December 31, 2016||2017 Humanitarian Award – Nominations Closed|
|February 13, 2017||Excellence Awards Online Submission Opens|
|March 10, 2017, 2017||Early Bird Registration Deadline|
|March 13, 2017||Excellence Awards Online Submission Deadline|
|March 27, 2017, 12:00 PM noon||Early Bird Extended Registration Deadline|
|April 7, 2017||Regular Registration Deadline|
|May 16 – 18, 2017||Conference Dates|
|Conference||Early Bird – March 27 after 12:00 PM noon (PST)||Regular – April 7||Late/On-site|
*(excludes Welcome Reception and Gala)
|President’s Dinner & Awards Gala||$98|
|Golf Only – Registered Delegates||$125|
|Golf Only – Non-registered Delegates||$150|
|Golf & Welcome Reception|
|Golf & Welcome – Registered Delegates||$150|
|Golf & Welcome – Non-registered Delegates||$175|
Room rates are available from Saturday, May 13, 2017 to Sunday, May 21, 2017.
|Room Type||Net Cost per Night|
|1 Bedroom City View Suite||$183.00 CAD|
|1 Bedroom Lake View Suite||$220.00 CAD|
|2 Bedroom City View Suite||$238.00 CAD|
|2 Bedroom Lake View Suite||$275.00 CAD|
|2 Bedroom Beach Villa Townhome||$302.00 CAD|
Each suite comes with a living room equipped with a queen pullout sofa bed, full gourmet kitchen, private balcony, complimentary parking & wi-fi, and a washer & dryer. The 2 Bedroom suites come with 2 separate bathrooms.
Book your rooms now as certain room types & dates are available on a limited availability.
Should you have any questions and hotel requests, please contact the Housing & Registration Coordinator, Thespena Kanakos, BCAB-Registration@icsevents.com, P [+1] 604 681 2153 Ext. 120.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
DTS / HD Radio
Specialty Data Systems (SDS)
Target Broadcast Sales
Multiple exhibit opportunities are available! Please download the Sponsorship & Exhibit Package for more information.
Come see our Exhibitors at the Watermark Beach Resort in Osoyoos, B.C.
Nautel is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of broadcast transmitters. With more than 14,000 transmitters deployed in over 177 countries since 1970 and more than 7,000 deployments of AUI-enabled transmitters, Nautel continues to lead the way in providing valuable new solutions for digital broadcasting and other applications. Nautel was born out of innovation starting with the first successful solid-state transmitters for broadcast, and today offers the most modern fleet of transmitters in the industry.
Nautel’s engineering team is even pushing its RF Amplifier expertise into space. That means there is a bit of rocket science in all our transmitters. Nautel’s latest generation of transmitters were designed to place enhanced control in to the hands of engineers so that they could become more efficient in their work. Years of interface development effort gives immediate access to almost any parameter imaginable, whether at the transmitter site or from the comfort of your living room. Imagine knowing in advance what parts and tools you’ll need at the transmitter site. Having that much control remotely can help you avoid trips, save time and save money.
Nautel reliability is why customers have been coming back for more than four decades. From the beginning, every Nautel transmitter has incorporated solid-state components in rugged, highly redundant architectures. Integrated North American manufacturing gives Nautel complete control over all aspects of transmitter design; from our lightweight, corrosion-resistant racks to amplifier design, and even our environmentally-friendly packaging.
Royal Roads University
As a communication professional, you are looking for the strategies, processes, and theories of interpersonal, intercultural, and organizational communication – the tools and skills needed to make positive change in the world around us. We have created a variety of programs to help you prepare for work in international and multicultural organizations, and our blended learning model lets you earn your degree without giving up your current commitments. Visit our booth to learn more about our MA and BA in Professional Communication, MA in Intercultural and International Communication, and Graduate Certificate in Professional Communication Management.
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Missed past conferences?
- PHOTOS from the 2016 Conference (PENTICTON)
- PHOTOS from the 2015 Conference (PENTICTON)
- PHOTOS from the 2014 Awards Gala (WHISTLER)
- PHOTOS from the 2013 Awards Gala (PENTICTON)
- PHOTOS from the 2012 Awards Gala (VANCOUVER)
- PHOTOS from the BCAB 2011 Conference and Awards Gala (KELOWNA)
- PHOTOS from the BCAB 2010 Awards (VICTORIA)
- PHOTOS from the BCAB 2009 Conference & Awards Gala (SUN PEAKS)