David Austerberry has 35 years experience in the broadcast sector. He has worked as a systems integrator at broadcasters and in product marketing for manufacturers. He has been editing the World Edition of Broadcast Engineering since 2005. His specialities are digital imaging and DAM. .
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Michael Grotticelli currently serves as Online Editor for Broadcast Engineering magazine and is a frequent contributor to the U.S. print version as well. He also currently serves as Editor and Publisher of VideoJournalistToday.com, a website for aspiring journalists and production professionals. As an experienced editor covering the television broadcast and professional video production industry, he has spent the last 23 years in various editorial capacities with a wide variety of industry publications. .
Aldo Cugnini is well known in the digital television industry, and has held various technical and management positions at Philips Electronics, CBS Technology Center, and other technology companies. His achievements include six patents in the fields of broadcasting and consumer electronics, with four more patents currently pending. He had a leadership role in the development of the ATSC Digital Television System now deployed in the United States, for which Philips shared an Engineering Emmy Award.
Franklin McMahon is a producer, director, designer and technology evangelist. His is the owner of Franklin McMahon Studio, which produces broadcast video, cable spots, photography, web/social media campaigns as well as innovative marketing and design. He works with Fortune 500 clients and regional companies including Microsoft, FOX, Time Warner, Yahoo, Sirius Satellite Radio, Amazon.com, Adobe, 20th Century Fox and others. His website is http://www.franklinmcmahon.com and he can be reached on Facebook and Twitter.
Phil Kurz is a contributing editor to Broadcast Engineering. He also writes several e-newsletters for the magazine and is a frequent contributor to broadcastengineering.com. He began covering technological developments in the television industry in fall 1984 and has work for Television Broadcast magazine, Video Management magazine, AVVideo magazine, and Video Toaster User magazine were he has covered ENG, TV transmission, newsroom technology and satellite newsgathering.
Ned Soseman began as a vacation relief engineer at WDAF-AM-FM-TV, the NBC-TV affiliate in Kansas City. He since worked with Sony, Master Digital in Santa Monica CA, Broadcast Engineering, Video Systems and Videography magazines, and was Director of Engineering at KCTV, the Kansas City CBS affiliate. He owns LAKETV LLC in Camdenton MO and is Chief Operator at KRBK-DT, Springfield/Osage Beach MO.
Philip Hunter is a technology journalist specializing in the business and delivery of video and digital entertainment. He read mathematics at Cambridge University, UK, and worked in statistics and IT systems design before becoming a freelance writer and turning to the TV and broadcasting industries.
Gary Eskow is a composer and journalist who lives in central New Jersey.
His music and writings can be found on the web.
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