2021 Delegate Registration is now OPEN! 

Register online as a delegate to attend our virtual convention, happening Nov 3rd & 4th.  Click the green button above (when open) to access the registration website.

Pre-registration deadline is Thursday, Oct 28, 2021.  (Any registrations received after that date cannot be guaranteed that you will receive your convention site login credentials on-time before the start of the convention.)

Note: If you have used our online registration system in the past, the system may tell you that you have an existing account (based on your email address).  If you don’t remember your password, use the “forgot your password” function to reset it.  If you have any difficulty, please email Kathy at info@wabe.ca.

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Full Registration

$ 50

Full Access to the Scarritt Group WABE Virtual Convention Site

  • Access to all WABE live paper sessions and ON DEMAND library during and after the convention.
  • Exhibit Hall virtual trade show floor.
  • Several online virtual networking events throughout the two days.

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The main education forum that WABE provides is our yearly convention!  The WABE convention rotates through the cities of Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary.  Traditionally, the convention is held in the fall each year.  This year due to an unprecedented global pandemic, WABE will be going virtual by deploying our convention on a platform designed by the Scarritt Group.

The convention will offer many opportunities to learn!  The backbone of the convention is our trade show, where vendors, manufacturers and suppliers show their newest and most impressive equipment.  In this environment, delegates will get to learn about the newest technical gear, just virtually!  WABE Paper sessions will be featured as an excellent way to learn about upcoming technologies, workflows, methodologies and techniques.  Papers cover a wide range of topics aimed at providing valuable information to television, radio, cable, telco, head-end, and production technicians.   The difference are that these papers will be accessible after the convention is over with the same credentials supplied when you registered to become a delegate.  Of course, the most fun way to learn is by networking!  We will be coordinating social activities at venues in select cities for meeting old friends and making new acquaintances.

You simply can’t get a better deal than WABE.