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Audio Division Engineers Promoted

Audio Division Engineers Promoted

James Bradshaw and Edward DeLaHunt are now deputy chiefs of engineering in the Audio Division of the FCC’s Media Bureau.
The division evaluates applications for AM, FM commercial, FM noncommercial educational and FM translator/booster stations. These include station modification applications, applications for new stations, assignment or transfer applications, license applications and renewal applications.
Kenneth Ferree, chief of the Media Bureau, said, “Ed and Jim have a tremendous record of service at the FCC. Their expertise and hard work allows the Audio Division to process thousands of filings each year.”
Bradshaw’s primary responsibility is oversight of the FM, FM translator and LPFM technical processing staff. In addition, he’s involved in matters related to the Media Bureau’s Consolidated Database System and the noncom allotment reservation process. He previously served as associate chief of the division and a supervisory engineer there. He joined the FCC in 1991.
DeLaHunt oversees the AM and FM technical processing staff. Most recently, he’s been involved in technical matters related to digital radio and AM auctions. In 1990, he joined the commission as a staff engineer in the Audio Services Division and in 2002 became associate chief of the division.