Contributor Pro-file: Steve Fluker
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Fluker’s love for radio began at the age of 12 when he spent time DXing the FM band. He started as a DJ in 1979 and became the student engineer for the University of Central Florida’s FM station. He graduated in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree in Electronics. In his senior year he secured a job as the assistant engineer for a local AM radio station. Since then he has designed and built several major studio and transmitter sites. In 1999 Fluker was involved in one of the first IBOC FM test stations that was put on the air for the NAB Radio show.
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