Contributor Pro-File: Bob Newberry
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Market Engineering Manager
Clear Channel Radio Birmingham/Tuscaloosa, AL
After six-years in the Navy servicing radar, Newberry began his broadcasting career in 1975 in Brunswick, GA, and bootstrapped himself into chief engineer positions at stations from Mobile, AL, to Louisville, KY. A five-year detour at Martin-Marietta Aerospace started in 1985. He returned to radio in 1990 and is now market engineering manager for Clear Channel Radio in the Birmingham/Tuscaloosa Alabama market.
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