TWiRT Ep. 206 – 16 Streams and What Do You Get? 3-27-14

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Doug Rowe is an engineer at Minnesota Public Radio.  His title is one that we’ll see more often: Media Production Systems Manager. As radio stations, groups, and networks depend on digital media distribution, more engineers like Doug are needed; not only to keep everything working, but to develop the infrastructure for the workflows needed by talent and content creators.  Doug talks with Chris Tarr and me, helping us understand the new responsibilities involved at a highly-connected, digitally-delivered network operation.


Chris Tarr, Director of Operations & Engineering at 88Nine RadioMilwaukee
Kirk Harnack, VP – Telos Systems –

Guest: Doug Rowe, Media Production Systems Manager, Minnesota Public Radio

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