Sterling Davis is vice president of engineering for Cox Media Group in Atlanta, and Robert Locke is the chief engineer for KPTS in Maize, KS.
Doug Bertelmann previously worked for David Systems and CBSI.
Sarah Heil has worked at Heil Sound since 1999.
After 5 year with Olympic Broadcast Services, Peter Howarth rejoins AEQ as the director of sales special markets.
Damien Vandenbeyvanghe and Simon Denvir join APTX as the company expands its licensing activity with tier 1 manufacturers.
Previously with Sony, SSL and others, Dave Christenson has also founded a US rep firm and ad agency.
The two-year terms of the newly elected board members will begin in June 2010.
Cary Broussard joins the association after working as a vice president for the Wyndham Hotel Group.
Mary Ann Seidler previously worked with Musicam USA, Wheatstone and Telos/Omnia.
Quello is being recognized for his lifelong advocacy of free, over-the-air broadcasting.
Formerly with Gepco, Scott Fehl has worked in pro audio for more than 25 years, and in wire manufacturing for more than 15 years.
The newly added positions for additional representatives have been filled.
Tim Fitzgerald has worked in software for companies including True Commerce and Haley Systems.
Bernard Farkus will represent Lectrosonics in Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Kansas, the Dakotas, Montana and Wyoming.
Mayne is a country radio and music industry veteran with senior level experience in country radio broadcasting, including programming and operations management.
Palmer will discuss the sociological and technological forces that are reshaping the future of traditional media.
Formerly with Harris, Dielectric and LBA Technology, George is also active in the South Carolina broadcast engineering community.
Ed Trombley and John Grover receive the honors.
Adam Adamou is the new chairman of the board.
Sylvia Strobel, a partner with Lehmann Strobel in Hershey, PA, is the new national chair or the organization.
The retired NPR engineer's career spanned 33 years.
Fred Godard takes over the leadership from Ron Clifton, who has left the company.
Tom O'Sullivan will be responsible for the worldwide sales of all Marketron products.
After 42 years, the company co-founder is pursuing his own equipment sales and facility integration business in Canada.
The awards, first established in 1959, are given to individuals for their significant contributions that have advanced the state of the art of broadcast engineering.
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