Newspaper Association of America, National Association of Broadcasters and the Media Law Resource Center will co-sponsor the 2008 biennial Conference, which features Loeb & Loeb LLP partner Terri Seligman as a speaker.
From the NAA site:
The NAA/NAB/MLRC Conference is designed and prepared for attorneys who, in media matters, represent defendants exclusively. The interactive format encourages the most frank and useful discussion possible among facilitators, panelists and participants. The Conference begins with an international media law session followed by two days of speakers, panels and breakout sessions. As in past years, the Conference will feature a Wednesday-night, all-star evening, with the topic of Campaign 2008 Beyond the Digital Divide. The program continues with panels of prominent media lawyers, lobbyists, academics and journalists discussing ethics, First Amendment legislation, advertising and promotion, FCC rules and the First Amendment, e-discovery and document retention for the newsroom, defamation and privacy depositions, trial techniques, the “Next Big Thing” for media law and a prepublication/pre-broadcast primer. Among breakout session topics will be content gathering, publication and digital publishing.
Friday, September 19, 9:30-11:00 AM - Advertising and Promotion for Publishers and Broadcasters
Terri J. Seligman, Loeb & Loeb LLP