Thomason previously worked for Harris as a district sales manager and returns to the company to focus on the southeast U.S. region.
The session will also include a State of the Broadcast Industry address by NAB President and CEO Gordon Smith.
Paley was honored for his contributions to the Canadian broadcast industry that span more than 50 years.
Bob Shannon is a consultant, the president of SpotMedia Services and a former executive vice president at TM Century.
The legendary broadcast engineer was in his 90s.
Habersaat originally joined Studer in 1996 managing sales for Switzerland and distribution in several European countries.
Tim Kearns and Martin Gasienica have been hired to work the West and East regions.
Anand Kurup previously worked for Harris.
The company will establish a new world headquarters in the United States.
Barrett is honored for his commitment to the Foundation's charitable cause and his dedication to community service.
Kaplan joined the Commission in 2009 as deputy coordinator for the DTV transition, and later served as chief of staff to Commissioner Mignon Clyburn and chief counsel to Chairman Julius Genachowski.
John Fitzgerald was vice president of program management, general manager Harman Amplifier Business Unit, and succeeds Rob Urry, who is retiring.
Prior to joining Sound Devices, Pat McConnell worked as a manufacturer's representative with AudioBiz.
Adam Gold is named the Midwest regional sales manager, and David Bromberg is named the Western regional sales manager.
Tim Murray takes over as director of sales, US and Canada, and Mark Ullrich will serve as international sales manager.
Born in 1955, Steve Church died after a three-year battle with brain cancer.
Lamar Smith is named Beasley's Engineer of the Year for 2012.
Ajit Pai will share his views on communications policy and the future of radio broadcasting.
The announcement is made on what would have been Battison's 97th birthday.
Most recently, Backus had been with Enco Systems in a senior sales management role.
Two changes are made in management, and two changes are made in sales.
Mort Greenberg joins Katz 360 from Nokia.
Prior to joining Continental, Rosso was senior vice president of sales at Axcera (formerly ITS).
Ann Arnold was a Texas journalist, first female press secretary to a Texas governor, and the longtime president of the Texas Association of Broadcasters.
2012 was the first year the society offered online voting, which saw a 64 percent increase in ballots cast from the previous year.
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