Contributor Pro-File: Meet Carl Gluck, CPBE
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Gluck heads Salem’s Technical Research Department, which performs acquisition and allocation studies for Salem including the evaluation of potential acquisitions as well as upgrade potential among the stations Salem presently owns.
He began his career in radio in 1965 as a volunteer board operator at a noncommercial station in Sacramento, CA. Gluck joined Salem in 1991, transferring to Camarillo in 1994.
He holds a lifetime FCC First Class Radiotelephone Broadcast License, CPBE certification from the SBE and an Extra Class Amateur Radio license (KE0GP).
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