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Committee News

Jul 24, 2006 — Every summer, after the rush of MCA-I NY events, editorial deadlines, and other responsibilities are behind us, the New York board of directors gathers for … well, I want to say a retreat, but, unlike last year when we grilled burgers and enjoyed the sun in former president Sager’s back yard, this year we met in a studio in midtown Manhattan, passed around a bag of chips, and dove into a very full agenda. . . . → Read More: Committee News

Changing Hats

July 24, 2006 — Farewell? Not a chance! MCA-I NY has become my home in the communications industry. After four years of being president, I’m delighted to say that the chapter is moving forward with renewed energy and commitment and wonderful people in leadership positions, headed by your new president, Linda Lopez, and president elect, Lloyd Nilsen. . . . → Read More: Changing Hats

NATIONAL: Message from MCA-I President Connie Terwilliger

Jul 22, 2006 — Have you noticed? MCA-I is re-energized. You can see it with each passing month – on both a local and an International level. You are seeing new discounts, better and more relevant communications and now a brand new Website that promises you more visibility with potential clients and more networking opportunities. . . . → Read More: NATIONAL: Message from MCA-I President Connie Terwilliger

NATIONAL: Photo Evidence from ProTrack

Jul 21, 2006 — It was a long week for some, arriving days before to catch the NAB conference and simultaneously preparing for the three days of ProTrack and leadership meetings. By the end of the week, there was a party hearty deficit that had to be reduced — fortunately, this group was up to the task! . . . → Read More: NATIONAL: Photo Evidence from ProTrack

Greetings from Your New President!

Jul 12, 2006 — I hope this July 2006 edition of FOCUS finds you enjoying a welcome break from the bustling pace of the past few months. I think we are fortunate to live in a city that has such distinct and interesting seasons. So far, this one has been pretty tolerable – but then it’s still July… . . . → Read More: Greetings from Your New President!