Littlejohn, Seidel to Receive 2014 NAB Engineering Awards
Feb 25, 2014 12:09 PM
Washington, DC - Feb 25, 2014 - Radio engineer Jeff Littlejohn of Clear Channel Media and television technology innovator Robert Seidel of CBS have been named the 2014 recipients of the National Association of Broadcasters Engineering Achievement Awards. The recipients will be honored at the NAB Show Technology Luncheon on April 9 in Las Vegas.
First established in 1959, the Engineering Achievement Awards are given to individuals who are nominated by their peers for significant contributions to advancing the state of the art in broadcast engineering.
The 2014 NAB Radio Engineering Achievement Award
Jeff Littlejohn, as executive vice president, engineering and systems integration, oversees all technical aspects of Clear Channel's Media and Entertainment division. In his 20+ years in radio engineering, he has been a leader in technical improvements for broadcast radio and active on many industry committees. Littlejohn has led innovative projects such as the Total Traffic + Weather Network and Clear Channel's Engineering Coop and Market Engineering Management Development program.
The 2014 NAB Television Engineering Achievement Award
Robert Seidel began his career with CBS in 1976 and is now vice president, engineering and advanced technology. He has been an industry leader in HDTV, the digital TV transition, and other innovative projects. He serves in leadership positions for SMPTE and ATSC, participates in several NAB technical committees and has presented numerous technical papers at industry conferences, including the NAB Show.
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The National Association of Broadcasters established the NAB Engineering Achievement Award in 1959 to recognize an individual's accomplishments and contributions to the broadcast industry....