The new senior executives come from Google, Clear Channel and Yahoo.
Starling is executive director of the Technology Research Center and NPR Labs, and a founder of the Association of Public Radio Engineers.
The extended contract keeps the executive at the NAB through 2016.
Most recently, Mary Ann Seidler was vice president of North American sales for Tieline Technology.
David E. Gale and Michael E. Winsky are the new honorees.
Kevin Parker held previous positions with Fryette Amplification, Guitar Center and Mesa Boogie.
Buckley was a respected broadcaster who passed away suddenly in July 2011 from a brain embolism.
Jonathon Pusey joined Hosa in 2006 as an inside sales representative.
Nautel will enhance support efforts in Middle East and North America.
James Tunnicliffe joins the Harman companies after 10 years with Euphonix.
Cooley's presentation, "Top Ten Technology Countdown," will include insights into consumer technology trends and the opportunities they present for broadcasters.
John Hogan has served as president and CEO of Clear Channel Radio since 2002.
Carl Davis, CPBE, was previously assistant general manager at the University of North Carolina Center for Public Television and has sales experience with the Harris Broadcast Division.
Ted Sarandos and Gerhard Zeiler will participate in a Content Theater Q&A sessions on the exhibit floor.
Jerry Otto will head sales for the Crenlo's enclosure products.
James Hall replaces Adam Adamou, who stepped down from the position Feb. 10, 2012.
Jim Ripp joins the equipment dealer after working in sales and education at other music dealers and stores.
The process to leave the company he cofounded in 1998 began in 2009.
The new hires include Stephen Guillot as COO, Thomas Callahan as senior vice president of sales, and two account managers.
Osmond has hosted two internationally syndicated radio shows since 2010.
Dorsey Named President of Traffic, Navigation and Mobility for Clear Channel Media and Entertainment
Kevin Dorsey joined Clear Channel Media and Entertainment in September 2011 and previously served as senior vice president of national advertising platforms.
Dan Tarkoff joined Legrand in May 1999 and has held various roles of increasing responsibility, most recently as the integration manager for the Middle Atlantic acquisition.
Past recipients include Roger Karwoski, Chuck Leavens, Don Danko, John Kean and Doug Vernier.
For the past six years, Roger Heiniger has worked in Studer's Regensdorf facility as software test manager.
Ingo Hahn joins Studer from David Systems, where he worked for almost 10 years and most recently held the title of product and solution manager.
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