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2023 RTIP Global Symposium on Racing

Global Symposium on Racing to be Streamed Live on RTN, with All Proceeds Benefitting the Race Track Industry Program

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TUCSON, AZ – The University of Arizona’s Race Track Industry Program (RTIP) Global Symposium on Racing, scheduled for December 4 – 6, 2023, will be streamed live online, so that those unable to attend the conference in person will still be able to watch the panel sessions.

Roberts Communications Network (RCN) will make the stream available on the Racetrack Television Network (RTN), with all proceeds from the sales going back to the RTIP.

“Every year, the Global Symposium on Racing brings together the international racing community to discuss the most important topics in our industry, and we are very excited to deliver it around the world,” said RCN and RTN President and CEO Todd Roberts. “All of the money generated by the sales will go back to the RTIP program to help support everything they do for the industry”

The agenda for this year’s Symposium includes panels on wide ranging topics, including an update on HISA, strengthening simulcast content, how racetrack closures impact the industry’s long-term sustainability, a closer look at mental health and emotional wellness, the ways to embrace change, and much more.

“We are very excited to once again stream the Symposium through our RCN partnership,” said RTIP Chair Robert Hartman. “We continue to see growth in our international audience and understand that travel may not be possible for some. We feel it is critical to make these important panel sessions available to everyone. We are very appreciative of RCN’s help and especially their generosity in donating all the proceeds back to the Program.”

The live streaming package, which also includes archived sessions of each panel, will be available for a $149 purchase on the website, enabling people to watch on tablets, smartphones, and PC’s, and on televisions through Roku devices and Amazon Fire TV.

For more information on the Symposium, including a full agenda, visit the website at