BCCA, the media industry’s credit association, is hosting the BCCA Media Credit Seminar on October 20 at the offices of Lowenstein Sandler LLP, based on the 17th floor of 1251 Avenue of the Americas in New York.
The full-day seminar will focus on high level, credit-related issues for the media industry’s credit professionals, including those serving its magazine, newspaper, television, radio, cable, out-of-home, interactive and digital media segments.
“The fall BCCA Credit Seminar is designed to help the industry’s media credit professionals anticipate and respond to the coming year’s challenges and opportunities,” said Mary M. Collins, President & CEO of BCCA and the Media Financial Management Association. “Thanks to the help of our Media Credit Seminar Committee, the agenda for this year’s Seminar will include insights on the latest economic, legal, and digital developments that will affect the media credit and collections process. It will also include presentations addressing the profession’s latest innovations and best practice standards.”
In addition to the formal sessions, the event will serve as an opportunity for media credit professionals from across the country to come together to share ideas and procedures for the ever-changing media credit and collections function.
The seminar will also feature a closing reception that is open to reception-only registrants and seminar attendees as well as a mini-expo for companies that support the industry’s credit and collections programs to provide updates on their products and services.