Chapter News

May Luncheon Report

May Luncheon Report

Arthur Willetts Chapter 16 Secretary     The May Chapter meeting & luncheon at the Museum of Flight brought us guest Daniel Loeffler from MAYAH Communications to display his company’s audio-over-IP encoders.  Daniel described the history of MAYAH Communications and its connection to the current technology.  Additionally, he passed around various models of the units…

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SBE-16 Candidate Solicitation

The time has come to solicit candidates for the 2011 – 2012 Chapter 16 Board officers.  As head of the Chapter 16 Nominations & Elections Committee, it is my duty to inquire your opinion as to whom you would like to see on YOUR next Chapter 16 Board. A list has already been started.  The…

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March RW – Puget Sound Stories

March RW – Puget Sound Stories

The March issues of Radio World Magazine featured several Puget Sound radio broadcast stories. Three storys which include Andy Skotdal’s “KRKO: The AM Station That Could,”  Don Miller and ” His State Hears Alerts, Loud and Clear,” and Jim Dalke ” What to Do When the Inspector Knocks.” KRKO: The AM Station That Could Andy…

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NAB 2011 Engineering Presenters

NAB 2011 Engineering Presenters

Friends of Seattle SBE Chapter 16 may be interested in attending several sessions in the Broadcast Engineering Conference, including Andy Skotdal, Ben Dawson, and Jim Dalke. The Engineering Conference focuses on the opportunities and challenges that face broadcast engineering professionals. Andy Skotdal of KRKO Everett will talk about the challenging ordeal of trying to move…

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March Luncheon Report

March Luncheon Report

The March 2011 Chapter 16 luncheon was doubly informative this month with two presentations.  The first presentation was given by Chapter 16’s own Waveguide Editor, Jim Dalke.  His presentation, concerning FCC inspections, is the same one that he will provide for the NAB crowd this year.  Jim described what an FCC inspector will be looking…

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SBE Luncheon March 10

SBE Luncheon Thursday, March 10 Noon Big Double Header – Museum of Flight Meadow Room – Boeing Field 12:00 – 12:15 Chapter Business Meeting 12:15 – 12:45 NAB 2011 Preview by Jim Dalke 1:00 –   2:00 Webinar on Implementing CAP — “When the Inspector Comes Knocking,” is a presentation by Jim Dalke that will be…

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NW Broadcast Engineering Jobs

NW Broadcast Engineering Jobs

Your online Waveguide is now listing current technical job opportunities for the Pacific Northwest. Just click on “JOBS” in the top navigation bar. The list is a short summary of opportunities listed on the SBE National Website and Washington, Oregon, and Idaho Association of Broadcasters. Details on listings obtained from www.sbe.org are available to SBE…

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SBE Chapter 16 Christmas Party

SBE Chapter 16 Christmas Party

It was a grand Chapter Christmas party at the Bahama Breeze Restaurant December 11. Over 50 party goers attended this year’s fifth annual event with live music and a tasty Caribbean buffet. Liquid refreshments were regularly replenished, thanks to our bar host, Hatfield and Dawson Engineers. Live Christmas music was provided by the “Rerrangers,” a…

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Seattle Broadcast Engineers named to 2010 Most Admired Engineers

Seattle Broadcast Engineers named to 2010 Most Admired Engineers

The Society of Broadcast Engineers congratulates those named to Radio Ink’s list of 2010 Most Admired Engineers, including these members of Seattle Chapter 16: Tom McGinley, CPBE, Director of Engineering, CBS Radio, Seattle Marty Hadfield, CPBE, Director of Engineering, Alpha Broadcasting, Portland Jim Dalke, CPBE AMD 8-VSB, Contract Engineer, Dalke Broadcast Services, Seattle Congratulations also…

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FCC Extends EAS Compliance Deadline

November 24, 2010 – The FCC has agreed with the SBE, NAB, MSTV and almost all state broadcaster associations that the 180-day EAS deadline should be extended. Late yesterday, the FCC announced that the deadline will be extended from 180 days to 360 days, effectively making the new deadline, September 30, 2011. The FCC action…

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