Vishal Sharma will lead the development and implementation of Clear Channel Radio's strategic initiatives and company-wide transformation efforts.
Patrick Steading and Scott Haas take on sales territories in the South.
David Antoine joins WBGO after several years with WQXR.
The winning paper, submitted by a student from Finland, examines ear acoustic modeling for headphones.
Johnny Chiang, John Dickey and Clarence Spalding join the association board.
Former Shoutcast engineer Stephen Loomis joins the streaming company.
Bruce Bartone previously worked for Professional Audio Design and Genelec.
Stuart Greenblatt joins the company as vice president, affiliate sales.
John Heimerl and Chriss Scherer receive the Society's highest membership honor.
Two engineers were honored: John Kean of NPR and Don Danko of Cincinnati Public Radio.
Kennedy's career includes positions as CEO and vice chairman of Interep and president and CEO of Susquehanna Media.
Powers, Fernandez and Bernd Take On New Roles.
Joe Anastasi joins Goom Radio from Google Audio.
Ralph Goldheim has held positions as national sales manager for M-Audio and vice president of sales at 360 Systems in addition to co-founding Line 6 and serving as vice president of sales and marketing at Alesis.
Kuno Kim joined Iriver as chief operating officer in 2007 and was named president in 2008.
Tim Bealor takes over the sales duties from Debra Huttenburg who has left the company to take a position at Panduit.
Mike Thompson, Lori Varela and Hazel Huertas join the company, and Ralph Maldonado is promoted to CIO.
Pete Milbery was previously western regional sales manager of Neutrik USA.
Three top radio execs joins the association board.
Jay Blout's territory includes Texas, Florida, Upstate New York and much of the Northern Central States.
Alton L. Adams is named the executive vice president, chief marketing officer, and Robert F. Henrick is named the executive vice president, customer solutions.
Mitchell Goldstein will oversee financial, administrative and strategic change activities at the company.
Darcey Meddings previously worked for HME's Communications Systems Division.
Adelstein is currently a commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission, where he has served since 2002, and was confirmed to a second term in 2004.
Dan Dickey will responsible for all day-to-day operations of the company.
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