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Currents Headlines from the February 2009 Issue
The online headlines from the February 2009 issue of Radio magazine.
APT Promotes Campbell to Sr. VP
Kevin Campbell returns to the company's Belfast HQ.
PTEK Adds to Technical Sales and IT Team
Lynn Turner is company's new business development manager, and Jennifer Brown has been appointed marketing IT.
Gladwell to Present Keynote at NAB Show
Social scientist and author Malcolm Gladwell will present a morning keynote discussion on April 22.
Dave Ramsey to Keynote NAB Show Radio Luncheon
The money management expert and nationally syndicated radio host will deliver a keynote address on April 21.
Wonder Vision Awards Recognize Several in Radio
The awards recognize efforts that assist people with sight disabilities. Ibiquity, NPR and several others made the list.
Symetrix Extends Product Warranty
Symetrix, Lucid and Airtools-branded products purchased during or after October 2008 will receive six additional months of coverage, extending its warranty to a full two years.
Sound Exchange, CPB Set Terms and Rates Through 2010
The agreement establishes the royalties that CPB will pay for streaming on public radio websites from Jan. 1, 2005, through Dec. 31, 2010.
NABEF Appoints New Directors
Larry Patrick, managing partner of Patrick Communications, and David Barrett, president and CEO of Hearst-Argyle Television, join the foundation's board of directors.
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