Contributor Pro-File: Brian Urban
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KUT Radio, University of Texas at Austin
Urban's first broadcast job came in 1975 at a 50kW ND/DA2 AM, where he helped rebuild the directional antenna array. After that he worked in TV full time and then moved to transportable satellite uplink operation. Tired of the road, he moved to Dallas to work for a broadcast consulting engineering company to prepare AM/FM/TV allocation analyses and applications for construction permits and licenses. He then went back to school to earn his MSEET while he managed the labs for the engineering technology department.
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