Ibiquity Digital Hires Densmore as Technology Manager


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Columbia, MD - Oct 24, 2007 - Ibiquity Digital has hired Steve Densmore as broadcast engineering technology manager, based in the company's Columbia, MD, headquarters. Densmore will interact with Ibiquity's broadcasting partners and internal development teams to help commercial transitions of HD Radio broadcast products and features.

Densmore previously served for 32 years as the manager of radio operations at ABC Radio. In that role, Densmore traveled the world as the engineer-in-charge for radio pool coverage of President Ronald Reagan's trips to China and the Soviet Union, President George H. W. Bush's trip to Moscow to sign the START treaty, President Bill Clinton's trip to France for the 50th anniversary of the Normandy invasion, President Clinton's trip to Moscow for the 50th anniversary of VE day, and President George W. Bush's trips to China and Korea for the APEC summit, just to name a few. In addition, he was engineer-in-charge of ABC Radio's coverage of the last six political conventions, the last four presidential inaugurations, the funerals of President Ronald Reagan, President Gerald Ford, and Pope John Paul II, and was in Qatar and Kuwait for the start of the War in Iraq.




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