May Luncheon Report

There were 31 members and guests attending the Chapter Luncheon at Federal Way Round Table Pizza May 16.  The emphasis of the Luncheon was to provide an opportunity for broadcast students to interact with the students attend.  The event provided students from Bates Technical College to interact with local SBE Engineers in a Question and…

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Arne Skoog Memorial Scholarship

Arne Skoog Memorial Scholarship

  SBE Chapter 16 is proud to offer for the 4th year in a row the SBE Chapter 16 Arne Skoog Memorial Scholarship.  With last year’s expansion to include more states in the northwest, the scholarship was given to SBE members in Idaho, Montana and Oregon.  This scholarship offering is available for any Society of…

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April Luncheon Report

The NAB 2018 review and Clay Freinwald’s NAB Service to Broadcast Engineering Achievement Award were featured at the April Chapter Luncheon.  The luncheon was held Wednesday, April 18 at the Old Spaghetti Factory in South Center. Chapter Chairman Jon Kasprick opened the meeting with chapter announcements and an update on chapter business report from the…

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Clay’s Corner

Clay’s Corner

Providing news and views from a broadcast engineers perspective since September 1986 One of the big items in the news recently has been the eruption of Kilauea on the Big Island of Hawaii.  It’s not that the eruption of Kilauea is something new as it has been in an eruptive mode for many years spilling…

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Certification News

Certification News

The ‘Certified Television Engineer’ is encompassing of several areas within our field, requiring skills and knowledge in a variety of areas, including: Audio, Video, Transmission, storage, and manipulation of digital formats. Certified Broadcast Television Engineer (CBTE) The candidate for Certified Broadcast Television Engineer must have five years of suitable experience in broadcast engineering or related…

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