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OIGA Conference and Trade Show
OIGA CONFERENCE AND TRADE SHOW
July 22-24, 2019
The 2019 OIGA Conference and Trade Show, otherwise known as the biggest little show in Indian Gaming, will be held in Tulsa July 22-24, and will draw nearly 3,000 vendors visitors and guest speakers to downtown Tulsa to celebrate and advance our industry. If you have never attended the OIGA Trade Sh...

ICVR 2019 - INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON VIRTUAL REHABILITATION
ICVR 2019 - INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON VIRTUAL REHABILITATION
July 21-24, 2019
The goal of the ICVR conference series is to provide an overview of applied and clinical research on technologies in the field of virtual rehabilitation. Topics of interest include: Technology for the aging population Motor rehabilitation Cognitive rehabilitation Sensory rehabilitation Tele-rehabili...

BUTV10

BUTV10 is Boston University’s student-operated media production and distribution service. Live-streamed and on-demand programming is available online at butv10.com and on the campus’ channel 10.Established in 1989 as BUTV and rebranded BUTV10 in 2005, the organization produces an array of news, information, sports, drama, comedy, and variety programming. Our content has received multiple Associated Press, NATAS, Telly, and Webby recognitions Open to any BU student, annual membership exceeds 250. BUTV10’s 14 productions and administrative departments are based at the College of Communication.

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EVENTS

ICVR 2019 - INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON VIRTUAL REHABILITATION
ICVR 2019 - INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON VIRTUAL REHABILITATION
July 21-24, 2019
The goal of the ICVR conference series is to provide an overview of applied and clinical research on technologies in the field of virtual rehabilitation. Topics of interest include: Technology for the aging population Motor rehabilitation Cognitive rehabilitation Sensory rehabilitation Tele-rehabili...

Sports Content Management Forum 2019
SPORTS CONTENT MANAGEMENT FORUM 2019
July 24-24, 2019
SVG 13th-annual Sports Content Management Forum will be held at the Westin New York at Times Square on Wednesday, July 24. The Forum will feature media-asset–management MAM leaders from major broadcasters, leagues, teams, OTT outlets, and vendors offering first hand perspectives and behind-the...