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TWiRT 237 - Radio Engineering at the Museum

New radio studios are always a cause for excitement. The Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago is home to the Paul & Angel Harvey Studio, and the newly-rebuilt Art Laboe Control Room.   We’re talking with Bruce DuMont, President and Founder of the Museum of Broadcast Communications, plus audio producers, Colin Ashmead and Chris Cwiak, along with Greg Dahl, who installed the new equipment.

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Bruce Dumont - President & Founder, Museum of Broadcast Communications
Collin Ashmead - Engineer / Producer, "Beyond the Beltway"
Chris Cwiak - Audio Engineer, Museum of Broadcast Engineer
Greg Dahl - President of Second Opinion Communications

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Kirk Harnack, VP - Telos Systems

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TWiRT 237 - Radio Engineering at the Museum

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