Radio Engineering at 200MPH with Doug Watson

Sports broadcasting usually involves following and describing a moving target. On the auto and truck racing circuits, that target is moving about 200 MPH. Doug Watson directed and built broadcast facilities, and developed reliable techniques, for radio coverage of NASCAR races. He shares what works and what didn’t for making sure the weekly race broadcasts were exciting, accurate, and delivered to nearly 500 radio affiliates.

Show notes

Doug Watson – Senior Sales Engineer at Linkup Communications Corporation

Kirk Harnack, The Telos Alliance, Delta Radio, & South Seas Broadcasting
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