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TWiRT 198 - Brett Gilbert, Performance Studios

Decades ago, all radio stations had “performance studios”.  Local musicians and actors would perform for some or all of the broadcast day.  Today, a few radio stations have performance studios and even audience seating areas.  Brett Gilbert, Director of Engineering at Clear Channel in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Chris Tarr, DoE for 88Nine in Milwaukee, share thoughts and stories about these spaces. Plus, Brett introduces us radio engineers to stage lighting with a quick discussion of the technologies involved.

Brett Gilbert, Director of Engineering, Clear Channel - Tulsa, Oklahoma

Chris Tarr, Director of Engineering, 88Nine RadioMilwaukee
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