Radio Magazine Announces New Editorial Leadership

NewBay Media’s Broadcast Video Group has announced new editorial leadership at Radio magazine
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Doug Irwin ALEXANDRIA, Va.�NewBay Media�s Broadcast Video Group has announced new editorial leadership at Radio magazine.

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Doug Irwin, CPBE AMD DRB, will consult as technical editor, and Emily Reigart has been promoted to managing editor of Radio magazine. Their roles were announced by Editorial Director Paul McLane; both will work closely with publisher Steven Bell.

�Doug is a super choice to help lead Radio magazine�s content and coverage,� McLane said. �He appreciates both its deep roots and the publication�s interest in helping broadcast engineers look forward and adapt to the new worlds of media technology. Emily Reigart has established herself quickly as a key and highly capable member of our editorial team, and I�m excited that they�ll be working together.�

By day Doug Irwin is RF engineer/project manager for iHeartMedia�s Los Angeles station cluster. A career broadcast engineer with more than 30 years in the field, Irwin has worked for 14 years for iHeartMedia (the former Clear Channel), with service time in San Francisco, Seattle and New York City. Irwin has been a contributor to Radio magazine since 2001 and has been honored three times by the Society of Broadcast Engineers with its award for �best technical article, book or program.�

Emily Reigart

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Emily Reigart joined NewBay Media as an editorial assistant in 2012 and subsequently was promoted to assistant editor; she has worked on virtually all titles in the company�s Broadcast Video Group, most recently on Radio World�s U.S. edition, its daily NewsBytes e-newsletter and the Connect 2 Media & Entertainment website. She is a graduate of Elizabethtown College, where she majored in English literature and served on her college newspaper�s executive board as managing editor.

Radio magazine serves technical and operations managers in the U.S. broadcast industry in print and online through its website, e-mail newsletters, social media, webcasts, product directories and other media platforms.

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