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Advanced Marketing - Frank A. Santucci - (650) 365-3944
Belden - Steve Lampen - (415) 440-8393
Orban - Rick Sawyer - (360) 715-1913
MARCOM - Martin Jackson - (408) 768-8668
William F. Ruck, Jr. Broadcast Engineer - (415) 995-6969
Audio Accessories - Rosie Alexander - (510) 787-3335
RF Specialties of California - Bill Newbrough - (888) 737-7321
Hammett & Edison, Inc. - Dane E. Ericksen, P.E. - (707) 996-5200
LeBLANC - David A. Hill - (650) 574-4600
Gentner Communications - Kelly Hanning - (800) 879-9317
Improbable Missions Fource - Mike Schweizer - (888) 4-ISDN4U
Broadcast Systems - (800) 801-2623
Econco - George Badger - 650-327-7599
Brill Electronics - Larry or Sam - (510) 834-5888
Kathrein (Scala Division) - Michael Wm. Bach - (541) 779-6500
Harris - John Briskie - (650) 593-1837
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Orban is looking for an experienced broadcast engineer to provide technical support for our complete line of broadcast equipment. Know audio from the studio to the tower.
As a Customer Service Engineer at Orban, you will provide information to our customers and dealers on product specs, application installation and setup, theory of operation and assist them with troubleshooting and repairs. You'll need to have at least an AA degree or equivalent and a minimum of 4 years broadcast engineering experience. Experience with PC hardware and software is also a must. You'll also need excellent verbal and written communication skills and knowledge of electronic troubleshooting and repairs.
Application: Cover letter and resume to:
The DTV Studio Tech class will be led by James Synder a, DTV engineering, operations and production specialist, and consultant. This one-and-a-half day course is designed especially for engineers, technicians, studio, and production staff of all levels. Mr. Synder will guide us through topics that include: MPEG-2 video compression, digital audio, transport bitstreams and multilpexing, PSIPs and datacasting. The course also examines station scenarios, production issues, and includes numerous real-world examples of digital HD video.
REGISTRATION: Online at www.pbs.org/digitaltv/dtvtech or by calling Mark Williamson at PBS: (703) 739-7537. The cost to attend will be $250 per person payable with a credit card or a station P.O. The fee includes breakfast and take-home course materials.