The CBS Interactive Music Group was launched in May 2009 and brings together CBS's digital music properties.
Formerly with Adobe Systems, Hart Shafer has been involved in audio product development since the launch of Cool Edit 2000.
Brennan leaves to become president and CEO of Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT).
This year's reception will honor Charles Osgood, Harry Harrison, Marie Rice, "Brother Wease," Rick Gary, and Don Weeks.
As engineering manager for the last four years, Trainor has successfully lead the company’s world-class R&D group at the company's Belfast headquarters.
Thurston, a radio broadcaster with Berkshire Broadcasting in North Adams, MA, died Tuesday, Oct. 6.
The EAS-CAP Industry Group is a broad coalition of equipment, software and service providers to the Emergency Alert System.
Margaret McCarthy is a former Red Condor and Atom Entertainment financial executive.
Pierre Bouvard will lead the cross-platform sales and product development, and Carol Hanley has been promoted to elevated to chief sales officer.
Having joined the Group in 2005 as CTO, Jerry Gepner has most recently held the position of Interim president for Bexel.
Gordon H. Smith of Covington and Burling is a former two-term U.S. Senator from Oregon.
Reese joined Bonneville International in 1984, became executive vice president in 1991 and became president and CEO in 1996.
Ellison is currently deputy general counsel, a position she has held for the last 12 years, and most recently served as acting general counsel of the FCC through July 2009.
Before joining Auralex, Karen Richardson was the president of the ASL Group, a distributor of upscale home audio brands.
Beasley recognized several employees in its annual company operating awards.
Vinny Lopez becomes the 26th president of the Society of Broadcast Engineers.
After many years of working for Altec Lansing, John Sexton joins Ashly Audio.
John Maier makes the move after nearly seven years as CEO of TC Group Americas.
The consulting engineer was 78.
Carol Pierson will retire in January 2010. She previously worked at KQED and WGBH.
Michelle Duke joined the NABEF in 2005 as director of diversity services.
Miller fills a radio board district seat vacated by Steve Newberry, and Skotdal fills a district seat vacated by Peter Benedetti.
Eyal Goldwerger succeeds Doug Perlson, who is stepping down after leading the company as CEO since 2007.
Fluent in Spanish and English, Emmanuel Franco will dedicate his time to providing technical expertise and support for BE's line of transmitters.
The awards will be presented Sept. 24 at the NAB Radio Show in Philadelphia.
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