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2015 Public Radio Engineering Conference
Preliminary Schedule, Dates and Hotel Information

Dates: 

April 9th and 10th, 2015

  

Location:

Tuscany Suites

255 East Flamingo Road

Las Vegas, NV 89169

 

Room Block: 

APRE has arranged a discounted rate on a block of 25 rooms.

Call 877-887-2261 for reservations and ask for the APRE rate.

 

Conference:

Rooms E, F & G

 

April 9, 2015

  

Papers: 8:00AM to 5:00PM

Night Owl: 6:30PM to 10:00PM


April 10, 2015


Papers: 8:00AM to 5:00PM

  

Awards Dinner:

Joe’s Seafood at Caesar’s Shops

7:30 PM

(Registration for awards dinner required)

2015 Public Radio Engineering Conference
Speaking Opportunities 

 If you are interested in speaking at PREC 2015 or have topic ideas, we would love to hear from you!
The Public Radio Engineering Conference attracts a wide variety of attendees from across the Public Radio community.
PREC is an excellent opportunity to speak to this diverse group.
E-Mail Shane Toven at apre@apre.us.

2014 APRE Engineering Achievement Awards

The Association of Public Radio Engineers has announced two winners for its 2014 Engineering Achievement Award: Bud Aiello, director of engineering technologies at NPR, and Gray Frierson Haertig, owner and principal engineer of Gray Frierson Haertig & Associates.

Aiello's nomination noted his work on NPR's new technical facility where he served as the primary architect for the overall systems. "From the early days of designing, to climbing in the construction hole to check the contractor's welds of the grounding grid, to wrestling into submission multiple vendors" Aiello's work proved to be invaluable.

The nomination form noted that Aiello "has a keen eye for detail, uncanny instincts for problem solving, and is a gifted arbiter of where to take advantage of new technologies and where to avoid risks with designs he has reason to doubt will bear the tests of time."

The nomination form submitted for Gray Haertig pointed to his "prolific presence on Pubtech [that] has educated and mentored a significant number of engineers still on the steep side of the learning curve of radio engineering." Also noted was his work with "Numerous new non-commercial radio facilities including those stations serving Indigenous populations" for which he provided RF engineering services that were needed to build, remodel, or improve. 
 
    
 
Gray models a new Hawaiian shirt given to him at the awards dinner by Dan Houg of KAXE-FM.
In addition to his Engineering efforts, he is well known by many for his colorful attire!

PREC Sponsorship

Thanks to our PREC 2014 Sponsors
 
If your company is interested in sponsorship opportunities for PREC 2015, contact Paxton Durham; president@apre.us