Alexander, Hogan Named SBE Fellows

The Society of Broadcast Engineers Board of Directors has elevated Cris Alexander and Ralph Hogan to the membership rank of Fellow
Author:
Publish date:

LAS VEGAS�The Society of Broadcast Engineers Board of Directors has announced that it has elevated Cris Alexander (show above at right) and Ralph Hogan (left) to the membership rank of Fellow. The selection was made at an April 12 meeting in Las Vegas during the 2015 NAB Show.

Alexander, CPBE, AMD, DRB, is director of engineering for Crawford Broadcasting, a position he has held since 1984. He joined the SBE in 1985. Alexander has served on the SBE Board of Directors and is a member of the Certification and Education Committees. In 2007, he received the Robert W. Flanders SBE Engineer of the Year award.

Ralph Hogan, CPBE, DRB, CBNE, is the associate general manager � engineering and technology services for Rio Salada College, which operates KJZZ(FM), KBAQ(FM), Sun Sounds and Spot 127. He has been an SBE member since 1990, and has served on the board of directors and several national committees. He was president of the SBE from 2011 to 2013. He currently serves as chairman of the SBE Certification Committee. His professional activities include work on various board and committees for the IEEE, NPR, PBS, NRSC and ATSC, and he is the founding president of the Association of Public Radio Engineers.

Related

Image placeholder title

SBE Unveils New Fellows

Frank Giardina, Robert Hoffman and Ted Hand will also be recognized at the SBE National Meeting in Denver

SBE Certification Exams promo image

SBE to Expand Membership Scope, Support

The Society of Broadcast Engineers says it will work to attract and serve those who work in technical broadcast and media related positions, in addition to its traditional broadcast engineering membership base.