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Jeff Smith, CEA CBNT Supervisor of Broadcast Systems, WWPR Chief Engineer, Clear Channel, NY
Smith started in radio engineering full-time in 1991 as an engineer for WCTC and WMGQ, Greater Media's stations in NJ. He went on to work as Metro Networks northeast engineering manager based in NYC and then as director of broadcast systems for Nassau Broadcasting overseeing engineering issues at all 55 Nassau stations. He is currently secretary of SBE15 and chairman of the SBE's Industry Relations Committee.
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