Posted on November 26, 2012 in ATSC News
Jay C. Adrick, ATSC Board of Directors member, co-founder of Cincinnati’s WVXU public radio station and a leader in the design and integration of digital broadcasting systems worldwide, has joined the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting board of directors. Adrick is a 48-year veteran in the broadcast industry and vice president of broadcast technology at Harris Corporation.
The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting is located in West Chester, OH. The museum consists of collections and exhibits from the VOA-Bethany station, Media Heritage’s Greater Cincinnati Museum of Broadcast History, the Gray History of Wireless Museum, and the West Chester Amateur Radio Association control room. For more information about VOA museums, go to www.voamuseum.org and view the website’s Telly Award-winning video narrated by Cincinnati journalist and former anchorman and TV host Nick Clooney.
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