Charlie Wooten Earns Clear Channel Engineering Nod for Hurricane Work

Charlie Wooten Earns Clear Channel Engineering Nod for Hurricane Work
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Clear Channel Radio released the names of 10 winners of its annual award recognizing contributions of station engineers.
Charlie Wooten, director of engineering in Panama City, Fla., was named the National Engineer of the Year for his role in keeping Clear Channel stations in the Florida panhandle and Southern Mississippi on the air throughout last year's hurricanes and for leading the recovery effort.
The following were named 2006 Clear Channel Radio National Engineers of the Year in their respective regions: David Williams, Northwest/Sunbelt; Ken Meek, Southwest; Ted Foster, Rockies; Steve George, Midwest; Tom Rusk, Mid America; Jeff Bennett, Central; Ken Neenan, Northeast; Homer Wilson, Mid South; and Richard Petty, Southeast.
The winners receive travel, lodging and admission to the NAB convention. Nominations were solicited from Clear Channel regional vice presidents of engineering.
Steve Davis, senior vice president of engineering, selected the winners.

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