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Wiler oversees all technical and operational aspects of the studio and transmission facilities. A 20+ year veteran of network radio, he began his career as director of affiliate engineering for Transtar/Unistar Radio Networks. He later worked for Jones Radio Networks as director of engineering. From Jones he moved to Clear Channel Satellite as chief technology officer before returning to Jones in 2001. Wiler’s industry experience includes the upgrade and deployment of many delivery platforms including the Starguide III platform for Clear Channel, JDAR digital receiver for Jones, dozens of Comstream Regional Networks and Dial Global’s current Digital Media Server platform. His background also includes extensive history in audio for cinema, digital audio engineering, software and hardware development, IP networking and local radio engineering.
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