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Contributor Pro-file: Stephanie Snyder
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Stephanie Parrish Snyder
Streaming Media Consultant
After 10 years in traditional radio, Stephanie Parrish Snyder made the move to webcasting in early 1997, joining the engineering team at AudioNet. As one of the original streaming media service providers in the world, AudioNet provided webcast services to hundreds of radio stations across the US. The company later became broadcast.com and was acquired by Yahoo! in 2000. As senior engineer with Yahoo! Broadcast, Snyder designed Yahoo’s production studios, led countless live remote Web events, and has worked in all areas of online broadcasting.
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