CEDIA Applauds NBC
Jan 1, 2002 12:00 PM
NBC announced that select events of the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics will be broadcast in high definition in cooperation with HDNet. It’s a testament to the growing demand for state-of-the-art custom electronics, said CEDIA representatives. Viewers with HDTV will be able to enjoy these events with incredible picture quality, wide-screen presentation and digital surround-sound audio.
“We are excited that NBC is providing the best possible programming for the Olympics,” said Jeff Hoover, president of CEDIA. “We thank NBC and HDNet for bringing this to the public. By providing this breakthrough coverage of a world-class event, NBC is creating awareness for the technologies CEDIA members deliver, in conjunction with manufacturers of home entertainment and automation products.”
CEDIA Dues Restructure
For the first time in 12 years, CEDIA membership dues have been restructured in order to expand member services. You can calculate your 2002 dues and pay online with a credit card at www.cedia.org/renew, or send a check to CEDIA Headquarters, 9202 North Meridian Street, Suite 200, Indianapolis, IN 46260.
Update Your Information Today. Go online to update your member record for accurate inclusion in the 2002 Membership Directory. Do so when you submit your dues or any time in the Members Only section of the CEDIA Web site.
Please contact Brittany Nims at 800/669-5329, ext. 136, or email@example.com, with any questions regarding your Dues Statements.
Register for L.A. Regional
Registration for the first Regional Education & Product Showcase is online at www.cedia.org. It will be in Los Angeles, February 17-18, 2002. Regionals will also be held in Miami, March 3-4; and Philadelphia, April 21-22. Attend this program to get the upper hand on your competition. CEDIA’s new Regionals format includes exhibits and more manufacturers than ever before. And CEDIA brings its most popular Expo classes on the road, as well as several new classes developed just for the Regional programs.
Certification. CEDIA offers Level I and Level II certification as well as all-day seminars to prepare installers for taking either exam. The seminars are available at each of the Regional programs and at Expo, along with the new Designer Level I exam and corresponding day-and-a-half preparatory seminar.