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Meet Gordon Carter
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Carter has been employed by WFMT since January 1969, and has been chief engineer since 1995, after serving as acting chief engineer for two years. He has been involved with three studio moves and three transmitter moves. During the last studio move, he was responsible for the complete physical, electronic and acoustic design of the facility. In addition to radio engineering, he has a keen interest in trains, both real and model.
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