Title

Engineering at 88.1 The Burg

Presenter Information

Nicholas Peretti

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC Ballroom B/C/D

Start Date

21-5-2015

End Date

21-5-2015

Keywords

Engineering, Radio, Broadcasting

Abstract

Growth and development at 88.1 the Burg is not a one-man job. I have been interning as a Broadcast Engineer Associate for 88.1 the Burg since October of last year. My task as an intern at 88.1 the Burg is to understand the systems that the radio station uses to keep our signal clear of noise and clear of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) violations. In addition to these responsibilities, I listen to the needs of our volunteer DJs and paid staff, to implement solutions to their technology needs or wants. At SOURCE, I would like to show how our digital audio processing system works, and how we take full advantage of the equipment available to us.

Poster Number

25

Faculty Mentor(s)

Nick Elliott

Department/Program

Engineering Technologies, Safety, & Construction

Additional Mentoring Department

KCWU staff

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Engineering at 88.1 The Burg

SURC Ballroom B/C/D

Growth and development at 88.1 the Burg is not a one-man job. I have been interning as a Broadcast Engineer Associate for 88.1 the Burg since October of last year. My task as an intern at 88.1 the Burg is to understand the systems that the radio station uses to keep our signal clear of noise and clear of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) violations. In addition to these responsibilities, I listen to the needs of our volunteer DJs and paid staff, to implement solutions to their technology needs or wants. At SOURCE, I would like to show how our digital audio processing system works, and how we take full advantage of the equipment available to us.