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Category: Engineering & ABIP

Engineering Spotlight: Keith Bosworth, Cumulus Media (Detroit)

We continue our spotlight series featuring the hardworking engineers at our stations. To nominate an engineer for a spotlight, please email Alisha Clack at [email protected] Keith Bosworth Chief Engineer for Cumulus Media (WJR-AM, WDRQ-FM, WDVD-FM) in Detroit. Brief Engineering Resume: 2003 Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts 2004-2013 Cumulus Media, Toledo 2013-Present Cumulus Media, Detroit Keith shares… read more

Engineering Spotlight: Eric Send, Midwestern Broadcasting Company

We’re pleased to begin a new spotlight series featuring the hardworking engineers at our stations. To nominate an engineer for a spotlight, please email Alisha Clack at [email protected] Eric Send Engineering & IT for Midwestern Broadcasting Company for the past sixteen years. Brief Engineering Resume: Intern Interlochen Public Radio 1992 WLDR Radio, Traverse City, MI… read more

Geary Morrill

Engineering Spotlight: Geary S. Morrill, Digity Great Lakes Region

We’re pleased to begin a new spotlight series featuring the hardworking engineers at our stations. To nominate an engineer for a spotlight, please email Alisha Clack at [email protected] Geary S. Morrill, CPBE-CBNT Technical Manager at Digity Great Lakes Region for the past three years. Brief Engineering Resume: WLCC (Closed Circuit) Station Manager – LCC ’72-73… read more

MAB Teams Up With SBE at Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference & Expo

The Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference and Expo on May 2-3 will feature a training session and test for broadcasting engineers.  The session is being presented by Wayne Pecena on Monday, May 2. On Tuesday, May 3 broadcast engineers may sit for the SBE certification exam. Important:  if you are sitting for this exam on Tuesday, you MUST fill… read more

Gehman doing an ABIP inspection

Unique Benefits of Your ABIP Inspection

The Michigan Association of Broadcasters maintains a formal agreement with the Federal Communications Commission to operate the ‘Alternate Broadcast Inspection Program’ (ABIP). MAB’s ABIP grants unique benefits to radio and television stations that elect to participate and resolve their deficiencies. These stations earn a three-year MAB ABIP Certificate of Compliance. Not only does the MAB… read more