Contributor Pro-File: Ron Bartlebaugh
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Ron Bartlebaugh, CBNT
Director of Broadcast Engineering
Bartlebaugh's broadcasting career began in the mid-60s at a small station in Western Pennsylvania. He has been the director of broadcast engineering for the WKSU network of stations since 1990 and previously served eight years as chief engineer for Moody Broadcasting's WCRF-FM in Cleveland. He is a frequent contributor to Radio magazine and author of the SBE Certification Handbook for Radio Operators. He also specializes in acoustical analysis and design for studios and houses of worship.
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