I am excited to announce that our presenter for our May meeting will be Kirk Harnack who is associated with Telos Alliance and the Streaming University.
Streaming is radio’s next big thing and the more we can learn about what is happening, the better we will be prepared for our future.
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Kirk Harnack with the Telos Alliance is a 35 year broadcast engineering veteran and radio station group owner. He’s also well-known for “This Week in Radio Tech”, a weekly podcast about radio engineering. Prior to joining Telos in 2001, Kirk held positions as a chief engineer, owned his own radio stations, and served as a contract engineer. He’s written multiple technology White Papers delivered at the NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference and other venues. An accomplished communicator, his vision and expertise in putting technology to work in broadcast facilities have driven notable expansion in IP-Audio, VoIP and other new technology adoption.
Kirk was kind enough to be with us last year and has a great background from which to talk from.
The meeting will be held on May 17 at 12:30 pm at the WBAL studios, which are located at 3800 Hooper Avenue in Baltimore.
Telos will be buying lunch, so I urge you to log on to cafehon.com, make your choice and email it to me
Looking forward to seeing you at the meeting.