SBE Opens 2009 National Elections
Indianapolis - Jul 30, 2009 - The official ballots for the annual election of the Society of Broadcast Engineers national board of directors were mailed on July 27, 2009, to all voting members of the SBE. SBE members will vote to fill the four available officer positions and the six of the 12 director seats. The ballots will be counted on the evening of Aug. 27, 2009, the official SBE board of directors election day.
The candidates this year:
President: Vincent Lopez, CEV CBNT
Director of Engineering, WSYT/WNYS-TV
Vice President: Ralph Hogan, CPBE DRB CBNT
Director of Engineering, KJZZ-FM/KBAQ-FM/Sun Sounds of Arizona
Secretary: Ted Hand, CPBE AMD 8-VSB CBNT
Chief Engineer, WSOC-TV, WAXM-TV
Treasurer: Andrea Cummis, CBT CTO
Broadcast Technology Consultant/Project Manager, Media Project Partners
Michael Englehaupt, CBT
Director of Broadcast Operations and Engineering
Mark Heller, CBRE CTO
Two Rivers, WI
President, General Manager and Chief Engineer, WTRW Incorporated/WGBW Radio
James E. Leifer, CPBE
West Palm Beach, FL
Director of Engineering and IT, Clear Channel Communications - Palm Beach
Jerry Massey, CPBE DRB AMD 8-VSB CBNT
Corporate Regional Engineer, Entercom Communications
David Priester, CPBE
Director of Technical Operations, Roy H. Park School of Communications, Ithaca College
Marcelo Sanchez, CPBE
Director of Broadcast Operations and Engineering, WFOR/WBFS-TV
Chriss Scherer, CPBE CBNT
Overland Park, KS
Editor, Radio magazine
Joe Snelson, CPBE
Director of Engineering, Meredith Broadcasting Group
Officers serve one-year terms. Directors serve two-year terms. Complete candidate profiles can be viewed at www.sbe.org/BoardCandidateNomineesfor2009-2010.php. Candidates elected will take office following an induction ceremony held during the SBE National Meeting on Oct. 7, in Verona, NY. The national meeting is being held in conjunction with the Broadcast and Technology Expo, sponsored by Chapter 22 of Central New York State.
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