SBE Launches Engineering Support Forum for California Wildfires
Indianapolis - Oct 25, 2007 - With the fires in Southern California continuing their damage, the Society of Broadcast Engineers has created a central repository for information exchange. The site is designed to help stations affected by the fires to seek or post assistance with equipment wants and needs, equipment availability, site conditions, emergency contact info and any other relevant information.
The PHP-based forum is available at http://sandiego.sbeforums.org. The domain was recently launched and it might take a day or two before the link is recognized by all domain servers.
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