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Date: April 19, 2016
Location: Las Vegas, NV

A lot has changed for political advertising since the last open Presidential election in 2008, mostly driven by changes in technology and the law. As a result, campaigns are not only spending more and more money on political advertising, but they are spreading those buys around to other platforms beyond TV. Find out about these changes and how they are impacting your stations. We will also cover the basics of how the FCC and the FEC regulate political advertising and share some common mistakes to avoid.

Brad Deutsch
Garvey Schubert Barer

Robert Baker
Assistant Division Chief, Policy Division, Media Bureau
Federal Communications Commission

Nathaniel Kronisch
Media Director
Buying Time LLC

David Oxenford
Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP

Stacey Lynn Schulman
EVP, Strategy and Analytics
Katz Media Group

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