AES Creates Eargle Scholarship Fund


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Northridge, C - May 25, 2007 - Following the passing of audio industry pioneer John M. Eargle in May, details of a memorial tribute to the life and work of John Eargle to take place in Los Angeles on June 14 have been arranged. The event will be held at the Linwood Dunn Theater of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences at the Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study in Hollywood, CA. The event will begin at 8 p.m. with a pre-reception starting at 6:30 p.m.

In addition, a scholarship fund has been established in Eargle's name through the Audio Engineering Society's Educational Foundation. The John M. Eargle Memorial Scholarship will be given to a deserving student who combines the attributes of engineering capability and musical interests in the tradition of John Eargle. The scholarship is being established with an initial donation from JBL/Harman International Industries. Contributions should be made by check to the AES Educational Foundation with instructions to credit the Eargle Fund. They should be mailed to AES Educational Foundation; Robert Sherwood, Treasurer; One Wolf's Lane; Pelham, NY 10803. All contributions will be acknowledged.



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