HARTFORD, Conn. � The final day of the 2016 IEEE Broadcast Technology Society Symposium featured an awards ceremony after its luncheon.
The achievements of three BTS members were recognized in an awards ceremony. The Matti S. Siukola Memorial Award (presented for the best paper delivered at the previous year�s symposium) was jointly presented to Joseph M. Davis, president of Chesapeake RF Consultants, and Tim Laud, senior technical staff member at Zenith Electronics. Dual awards were made this year, as the papers of Davis and Laud scored identically in the judging process.
Lynn Claudy, NAB senior vice president of technology, was awarded the Jules Cohen Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award. The Cohen Award was only recently established; Claudy is the second recipient. He is shown at right, receiving the award from BTS President Bill Hayes.
The 2017 BTS Symposium will take place Oct. 4�6 in Arlington, Va.
A version of this article originally appeared on the website of Radio World, sister publication of Radio magazine.