eNATOA seminars are webinars designed to offer a high-quality learning experience to NATOA members and supporters, including those with limited technology access. All sessions last approximately one hour and are offered at 2:00 pm Eastern/ 11:00 am Pacific time. Registration for each session closes at 12:00 pm Eastern on the Thursday prior to the session.
The cost for each one-hour seminar is $45 for members, $90 for non-members. Register for multiple sessions and save! The more sessions the greater the discount.
- Three seminars: $130 (members) $260 (non-members)
- Six seminars: $240 (members) $485 (non-members)
- Nine seminars: $345 (members) $705 (non-members)
- Twelve seminars: $430 (members) $890 (non-members)
Package prices only apply at the time of purchase.
Archived and Historical eNATOAs
Recent and prior year eNATOAs that have already taken place are now available for purchase to view on your computer at your convenience. To purchase prior eNATOA webinars, please click here and complete the order form. The link to the eNATOA(s) selected will be emailed to you upon receipt of completed form and payment. Cost for current year eNATOAs is $45 members and $90 non-members. Prior year eNATOAs are $20 members and $40 non-members.For questions regarding registration and payment, please contact NATOA Headquarters at firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 519-8035.
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Cable Franchise Renewal in an IP World
Learn the basics of cable franchise renewal in the context of a technology that might look more IP than cable. Our panelists will discuss legal requirements, performing a community needs assessment, and important deadlines that will optimize your negotiating leverage.
Closed Captioning and the Video Accessibility Act
PEG Programming and Video Sharing Projects
Cloud-based technologies have ushered in a new era of program-sharing and broadcast connectivity. Where once, TV producers who wanted widespread distribution would have to "bicycle" their programs around on physical media, it is now possible for professional broadcasters to distribute, share, and even syndicate programming through cloud-hosted services that can be accessed over the Web. Learn how Internet connectivity has simplified the networking of broadcast-quality programs -- uploading to TV stations, common media libraries, smart media libraries, broadcast server synchronization and more!
Sustainability Models For Community Broadband
This session will get to the heart of how to sustain the deployment of community broadband systems. Issues addressed include who to serve, how to price services (including dark fiber), smart advertising techniques and even some political know hows.
Create and Survive - Revenue Streams for PEG
Back by popular demand, this workshop will address tricks of the trade to keep single-person PEG operations afloat - everything from funding to programming.
Access Adoption and The Digital Divide
Case examples of programs that are successfully closing the digital divide in their communities using various approaches and targeting diverse populations.
The Courts, The Hill and The FCC - A Year in Review and Setting the Stage for 2014
Our panel of experts will assess how 2013 affected policy and practice on key communications issues and will provide their views of what may be coming in 2014 - and how local governments can prepare.