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.
Joe Brewer previously served as senior vice president, information technology services.
Jose Gonzalez's new position gives him oversight of Hosa and Zaolla Silverline sales operations.
Lukas Hurwitz has held positions in sales and marketing and is also an accomplished musician.
P. Harris Morris previously served as vice president and general manager of Harris' Media and Workflow business.
Howard Lance will discuss how the integration of government and commercial technologies can create cross-over applications that benefit both sectors.
The April 13 session will discuss spectrum management, media ownership and developments in digital media.
Craig Decker has 15 years of experience in sales for Middle Atlantic.
Phil Hendrie, whose career also includes television and motion pictures, will demonstrate the role of radio as an entertainment platform.
Steve Strassberg has operated Strassberg Associates in NY since 1990.
Wayne Childs previously worked as east coast and Canadian sales manager for Auto Patch.
His FCC career spanned 23 years and included one year as interim chairman.
The former Nielsen executive will serve on the Arbitron board until the next annual meeting of its stockholders.
The award honors an AWRT member who has helped strengthen the role of AWRT within the industry and contributed to the betterment of the electronic media industry.
Past honorees include Roger Karwoski, Chuck Leavens, Marty Bloss, Don Danko and John Kean.
Chapman has been heard on the airwaves in the Dallas/Fort Worth area since the 1950s.
William T. Kerr will serve as CEO after Michael P. Skarzynski steps down.
Jean-Marie Heimrath will direct business development for programming and marketing across multiple platforms for radio stations.
Mike Baker takes over the president role from company founder Bob Schluter, who will continue as chief engineer and CEO.
The three distinct product groups have their own sales organization.
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