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Wednesday, September 25 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Radio Broadcast Automation on a Budget

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Demonstration of WAMU Bluegrass Country's cost-effective broadcast system, which offered a seamless transition of programming production from a non-profit foundation. This broadcast solution is capable of a wide range of distributed content, even from hosts' remote live broadcast. With copious configuration options, reliable automation is possible with part-time technical staff and volunteers. Hands-on use by participants will be available.

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Jeffrey Ludin

Bluegrass Country Foundation
Jeff Ludin has been a fan of Bluegrass music since he was an undergraduate at American University in the 1970s, where he worked in the WAMU studio building. He is currently provides engineering support for Bluegrass Country and the Lucketts Bluegrass Foundation, where he records and... Read More →
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Richard Cassidy

Bluegrass Country Foundation
Dick Cassidy has been a broadcaster for over 50 years, specializing in broadcast technical management. He came to Washington, DC in 1971 as Chief Engineer for WASH and became the first Chief Engineer for National Public Radio.Dick spearheaded WAMU 88.5’s bluegrass Internet radio... Read More →
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Ivy Shepperd

Bluegrass Country Foundation
Ivy is an experienced radio producer and announcer, who independently creates and produces 15+ hours for on-air shows weekly for Bluegrass Country. She creates both pre-recorded and live broadcasts from her studio in Mt. Airy, NC using Station Playlist.Ivy uses her broad historical... Read More →

Wednesday September 25, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am EDT
Raleigh Convention Center Room 201

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