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Conrad Trautmann, CPBE
Executive Vice President
Trautmann oversees engineering, IT and technical operations for Dial Global. He has worked in radio for 30 years, beginning his career as chief engineer for his college radio station and working for 20 years in local radio. In 2000, he made the jump to network radio and has managed engineering, IT and production departments. His accomplishments include overseeing the successful execution of five national remote broadcasts of the Olympic games from Sydney to Beijing and numerous studio relocation and construction projects. Trautmann sits on the Society of Broadcast Engineers national board of directors, is the treasurer and past chairman of the New York City Chapter 15 of the SBE and participates in various committees of the SBE, NRSC and the IAB. Trautmann holds a Professional Broadcast Engineer certification from the SBE.
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