Marty Sacks, Carol Hetman and Kirk Harnack move up.
The new officers and board were installed in conjunction with the AWM Board Meeting and Symposium on Women's Media Ownership.
The two-year terms of the newly elected board members will begin at the June 2011 NAB Joint Board of Directors meeting.
Chris Sabold has worked the majority of his career as either the senior recording engineer or technical engineer at several of Chicago's top audio and video facilities.
Jim Schoedler will operate the new office.
The two will discuss recent developments and innovations in 3D technology and storytelling and future implications for the entertainment industry.
He and wife Lisa Schub were killed after their motorcycle collided with a New Jersey State Police cruiser.
The Michigan Association of Broadcasters has awarded the 2011 Carl E. Lee Broadcast Engineering Excellence Awards to Ralph Haines III and Michael Laemers.
It was rumored he could replace outgoing Commerce Secretary Gary Locke, who has been appointed the ambassador to China, but Genachowski says he's not leaving the FCC.
Lewis was previously sales director for Euphonix and has many credits to his name as a freelance audio engineer.
Holmes' most recently spent the past year working with JBL in Northridge, CA.
Franklin will be responsible for managing Cox Media Group (CMG), Cox Enterprises' integrated broadcasting, publishing and digital media subsidiary.
During the evening, the Foundation also recognized the Stu Olds family.
The Association of Public Radio Engineers (APRE) honors individuals for outstanding contributions to the art and/or science of radio engineering that have made a significant impact on, or improvement in the state of the public radio industry.
The honor is to be awarded to a single individual for outstanding contributions to the art and/or science of radio engineering that have made a significant impact on, or improvement in the state of the public radio industry.
The award will be presented posthumously at the Broadcasters Foundation of America Breakfast at the NAB Show on April 13.
The NAB established the Engineering Achievement Award in 1959 to recognize technical accomplishments and contributions to the broadcast industry.
The awards will be presented at the Foundation breakfast during the 2011 NAB Show.
The council members will share ideas and recommendations on how to best harness technological innovations in the current business landscape.
Topics to be discussed include broadcasting's resilience in the face of new competition, growth opportunities for local and network television on new digital devices, and government efforts to reclaim additional television spectrum.
Michael Huppe, the former executive view president, takes over in a planned transition.
Katy Levy joins the company, while Scott Holliday and Bryan Steckler are promoted.
Stelman has previously served as a director of product development and a consultant for other audio-visual firms.
Fritts served as the president of the NAB for 23 years.
Jeff Rocha is now vice president and general manager of EAW and Anthony Taylor is vice president and managing director of Martin Audio.
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