Contributor Pro-File: Chris Wygal
Chris Wygal, CBRE
Wygal joined Liberty University in May 2002 as the engineer for the school’s 50kW and 120W FM stations. He has maintained and built several radio/production studios in the Lynchburg, VA, area and for the university. He is the engineer and broadcast director for the Flames Sports Network, which provides radio coverage of Liberty University football. Wygal owns a recording studio as well. He has contributed to Radio magazine since July 2005.
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