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AES Posts Podcast of Post-9/11 Rebuild Session
New York - Sep 10, 2010 - At the 115th AES Convention in 2003, a panel discussion was held to outline the efforts taken by broadcasters after the terrorist attacks on New York to rebuild their facilities. The session was organized by David K. Bialik, Howard Price of ABC, Herb Squire of DSI and Mark Kordash of WPLJ-FM. Panelists include Joe Giardina of DSI, John Lyons of the Durst Organization, Kevin Plumb of WABC and WPLJ, Steve Shultis of WNYC Radio, and Thomas Silliman of ERI.
The session lasts more than two hours. Listen here.
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