Posted on February 3, 2023 in ATSC News
1. What’s your name, title, company, and “day job?”
Zandra Clarke, Specialist, Warner Bros. Discovery
2. Why were you interested in joining the ATSC board and what most excites you about the future with ATSC 3.0. What impact do you want to have as a board member?
I was interested in joining the ATSC board because of the commitment this new platform will have to connect rural areas and other vital items like, cars, smart agriculture and distance learning. What most excites me is this robust network will allow 4K and broadcasters will have an option to offer more services to their customers.
3. People are always interested in learning more about people personally – so…
• What’s your favorite musician or band, and what was the first concert you attended? I love all music but my current favorite now is Cecile McLorin Salvant and my first concert was Prince’s Purple Rain Tour!
• Tell us about your family, your pets, your hobbies. My home team consist of my beautiful mother, Mrs. Annie Williams, daughter, Courtney and handsome son, Roland Clarke.
• And what do you do when not working? Currently, I am enjoying cooking Thai and Korean recipes!
4. If you were stranded on a desert island – what three things would you want to have with you? 1. Duct-tape, 2. Knife 3. Compass para cord bracelet
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