More than 150 managers representing radio and television stations in the Bonneville International Corp. systems in eight cities are meeting in Salt Lake City at Broadcast House in the Triad Center and the Red Lion Hotel through today.

Rodney H. Brady, BIC president, said the purpose of the meeting is to discuss goals and develop strategies for the next 12 months. They will be attending separate sessions for general managers, business managers, engineers, sales personnel, news directors, public affairs directors, human resources personnel, programming, marketing and creative services.BIC operates KSL-AM Radio and KSL Television in Salt Lake City; KIRO-AM, KIRO Television and KSEA-FM in Seattle; KAAM-AM and KZPS-FM in Dallas; KBIG-FM in Los Angeles; KMBZ-AM and KMBR-FM in Kansas City, Mo.; KOIT-AM-FM in San Francisco; WCLR-FM in Chicago; WNSR-FM in New York; Bonneville Broadcasting System in Chicago; and Bonneville Media Communications and Bonneville Telecommunications Co. in Salt Lake City.