The Ralph Gabbard Distinguished Kentuckian Award is given to present or former Kentuckians who have earned fame or acclaim in their field of endeavor, in recognition of the value of those achievements to the state and nation.
Kimberly Sonneborn will oversee the company's digital projects, from conception to launch.
Mark Graham was previously the president of Crown International.
Chuck Gougler most recently he served as marketing and business development manager for Staco Energy Products.
Graham Hammell joined Harman in 2000 and has worked as a software engineer, project manager and engineering manager.
David Coggins has served as Orban's engineering product manager since 2007.
Tom McEntee served as CRB executive chairman and president for the organization's first decade, and created the CRB's flagship event, Country Radio Seminar.
Topics will include HD Radio, the future of media, radio advertising and radio translators.
Kevin Waehner, Jack Ewer and Adam Irby join the company in the professional products division.
Crenlo recently hired Steve Will to serve as a regional sales manager for Emcor.
Erickson began his broadcasting career in 1991 at a small AM station on Long Island where he soon developed a love for manipulating audio with processors.
Trila Bumstead, Dan Mason, Barry Mayo and Tom Schurr are among the presenters.
Rod Sherwood, president of Westwood One, will oversee the Network Radio Division now that Gary Schonfeld, president of the Network Radio Division, has left.
The ICBC Broadcast Holdings vice president and general manager will represent New York and New Jersey NAB radio members.
Michelle Carey takes over as the MB Deputy.
Mark Galewski will oversee the company's financial strategic planning as it continues to expand in the television, radio, mobile media, and mobile television broadcasting markets.
Bisset joins Tieline after several years with Nautel.
Jerry Campbell, a well known Mississippi contract engineer, has died.
Angel G. Perez joins Harman Professional from Univision Puerto Rico.
Jim Bailey will oversee the development of Aphex's core line of professional audio and broadcast products
The RPU and STL developer has many broadcast achievements to his credit.
Ina Geller will manage the company's relationships with mobile operators and OEMs as well as the major CE device brands.
Karen Dealy will head the U.S.-based advertising division.
Bill Norton spent several years as national director of sales at Casio America.
Mark Ureda takes over from John Carpanini, who was promoted to a new position in Harman's automotive division.
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