Certification News

Certification News

Here we all sit with our leftover ‘Halloween’ candy – reading this article – maybe wondering where you begin in the ‘Broadcast Industry. Everything begins somewhere or someplace. Not every job in our industry requires advanced technical skills, but every job in our industry requires specific knowledge and skills to fulfill our responsibilities as ‘Operators’.…

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Clay’s Corner

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 Fall colors on West Tiger Mountain.Here we are looking at what we commonly call – West Tiger #2 or WTM-2.    The overall height of the two towers, including antennas, is 350 feet.   The towers were made by ERI.   The tower on the right…

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October 2017 Luncheon Report

Jeff McGinley of the Telos Alliance gave a presentation on the AES 67 Standard and a preview of the upcoming AES 70.  There were 17 members and guest attending the luncheon at the Old Spaghetti Factory in South Center, Tukwila.  Chapter Chairman Jon Kasprick opened the meeting with a quick report on upcoming meetings and…

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From the Chair

From the Chair

It’s been a month since the transition to our new, and returning, chapter officers. A big Thank You to Yezmin Blue & Rick Kemp for their accomplishments and guidance during their recent term in office. Since the election, Yezmin has announced that she would not be able to accept the position of Director No. 1. …

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Clay’s Corner

Clay’s Corner

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 September has been a very interesting month – Our long-hot-dry summer had a down side with a number of very large fires breaking out, some caused by lightning….Some caused by man.  In our State a couple of bad fires – Jolly Mountain, NW…

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