Robert Lumbert and Chris Arnaut are the award recipients.
Donilon previously served as legislative director and counsel to Rep. Charles F. Bass.
The award will be presented during the Broadcasters Foundation of America Breakfast on April 10 during the 2013 NAB Show.
Bissett previously worked as U.S. director of technical services and education for Elenos in Miami.
Barrett has led Hearst Television, which comprises 29 television and two radio stations, since 2001.
Backus previously represented Commotion, a Broadcast Electronics company, as vice president of global market development. He will continue his efforts with Commotion.
Frank Foti and Jay Adrick receive the honors, and Leonard Charles receives the NAB Service to Broadcast Engineering Award.
After more than 15 years, Ray is moving on to become a radio consultant.
Paul Stewart joined Genelec in 2006 as a product specialist.
John George, Bob Groome, Tom Driggers, and Tara Littlejohn join the group in various sales offices.
Chris Paczkowski has been hired as the company's national accounts executive.
The 2013 board will convene on January 25 for its first board meeting.
Kirk Harnack moves up to VP and executive director of Telos Systems, and Marty Sacks becomes VP and executive director of Axia Audio.
The deadline for nominations is March 4, 2013.
PEPAC is an industry organization made up of representatives of the approximately 80 Primary Entry Point stations.
Bradley previously worked for Alfred Music and Guitar Center.
Mary Ann Seidler will assist with developing sales opportunities for the company throughout the USA, Canada and Latin America.
Jaime Albors previously held the position of senior director, sales, intercontinental region
Andy Flint joins the Loudspeaker Group after eight years with Harman Professional's amplifier division
Most recently, Bizet was president of Professional Broadcast Supply and PBS Worldwide, which also allowed him to represent BE in Venezuela.
Tesh's nationally syndicated radio show "Intelligence for Your Life" reaches 8.2 million listeners per week in the U.S., Canada and the U.K.
McRae was formerly with ABC Networks, which became the Cumulus Networks.
Victor Caballero has been promoted to vice president of operations, and Joe Tranchita is now lead support engineer.
One of the highest awards in the country presented to founder of the Nova Scotia-based company.
He founded the broadcast dealership in 1979. Shute was 80.
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