Contributor Pro-File: Marshall Rice
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This month: Marshall Rice, Airtools Voice Processor 2X
Bonneville International, St. Louis Radio Group
Rice began his career in 1979 at the student radio station KMNR-FM at the University of Missouri-Rolla. He was an announcer and chief engineer at small market stations in the 80s before he realized what side of the mic he belonged on. He moved to St. Louis in 1988 where he met his wife at a live broadcast. He joined Bonneville International in 2000. He is also a Christmas enthusiast and spends his spare time designing and building decorations for his family's home.
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