Association Offers Membership

Contact, networks, workshops – now can enjoy the benefits of a VAT membership students and trainees as ‘Members in training’ at particularly favourable conditions. “Munich, 07.09.2010 – on July 21, 2010 was unanimously an amendment to the Constitution with regard to a student membership in the General Assembly” decided. Therefore, any natural person under 30 years old, who is still in training in the areas of corporate TV, IPTV, WebTV, video, film, or communication, can the VAT as a member in training”to join. The discounted membership fee for the junior membership is 50 euros. Ordinary membership may be requested after the completion of training.

“The offer of a membership in education” enables students and trainees to take advantage of the VAT: due to the excellent contacts to communicators and production companies, young members can expand their professional and private networks “, so Dr. Nikolai A. Behr, Chairman of the VAT. Guests include a lively exchange of opinions and knowledge transfer with the VAT, as well as participation in various seminars and workshops. Information and application: the corporate TV Association (VAT) e.V. is the first association devoted to only the subject corporate TV. “Including all moving image measures a company or an institution be understood, not under the terms of broadcasting” or advertising “fall.

The Association serves as a communication platform and interest brokers on the subject of corporate TV and motion picture communication. All members of the Association are active communication professionals and volunteers working in the Association. In addition to moving picture communicators from the user companies, large corporate TV production companies and technical service provider members are in the VAT. The Association has no commercial objectives, but is working selflessly. To enable the transfer of knowledge among communications experts, the VAT regularly hosts events with experts and can fully to existing questions or topics discuss.

This entry was posted in News and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.