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Debut Broadcasting Names Sutton as Corporate Chief
Nashville - May 14, 2008 - Debut Broadcasting Corporation has named Bill Sutton as its corporate chief engineer. In his new position, Sutton will maintain all day-to-day responsibilities of Debut Broadcasting-owned radio stations and ensure the stations are regularly updated to meet FCC standards and advances in industry technology. Furthermore, Sutton represents a key position within Debut's Super-Regional Cluster strategy to assist the company in integrating its new stations into a cohesive operating system.
Sutton primarily developed his skills during his time as chief engineer with Clear Channel, where he maintained and oversaw several of the company's stations in Iowa. He was also charged with rebuilding three studios, including maintaining its equipment, computers and networking capabilities in Bryan, TX. Prior to working for Clear Channel, he spent one year in Bristol, TN, as chief engineer of three radio stations. Sutton began his career in broadcast engineering in 1998 with Broadcast Tech Service in Mississippi, where he was a contract engineer until 2003.
Sutton majored in vocal music at the State University of New York, Potsdam, and went on to receive a post-graduate degree in pastoral ministry at Trevecca Nazarene College in Nashville.
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