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Anyone Interested in Broadcast Engineering?

Discussion in 'General Satellite Discussion' started by TVengineerLA, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. TVengineerLA

    TVengineerLA New Member

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    Hey Everyone,

    Loooong time lurker here, I'm an engineer in the broadcast industry, and it's always interesting to see people here talking about the kind of thing I do every day.

    It got me thinking, since some of the folks around here are so passionate about DBS and broadcast in general, is there anyone who isn't currently in the industry but wants to be a part of it? My firm is looking for some good engineers to join the team and help design broadcast systems for some of the biggest names in the industry. If you're interested, please shoot me a PM! Even if you have no broadcast experience, an engineering degree would be a big plus, especially if you have the passion for broadcast that is prevalent around here.

    If this is inappropriate or in the wrong sub-forum, please let me know and I apologize in advance.

    Cheers
     
  2. ThomasM

    ThomasM RF Engineer

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    Howdy and welcome to being a POSTER on DBSTALK! :welcome_s

    I always wanted to get into broadcast engineering but fate would have none of it! Back in the days of station engineers that actually fixed things like transmitters and cart machines, I knew a bunch of broadcast engineers and was interested in joining them but those jobs were scarce. So I went into another type of radio engineering fixing transmitters in the paging industry. This was a very rewarding career until radio paging (beepers) faded away. So I went to work for a cellular company until I retired 7 years ago.

    I will be curious to see if you get any "takers" here!!

    By the way, I've been an amateur radio operator since 1969 which is how I originally became interested in radio engineering...
     
  3. P Smith

    P Smith Mr. FixAnything

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    You will have problems with responses by PM since you have just one post here.

    Post your site's URL or disguised email ... perhaps job's duties and a description would be helpful too ...
     

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