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Denny, Kenyon Head to First's Spectrum Lab; Denny & Associates to Close

Denny, Kenyon Head to First's Spectrum Lab; Denny & Associates to Close
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More broadcast engineers are working with First Broadcasting's new Spectrum Innovation Lab, the launch of which was reported here a few weeks ago.
Robert Denny Jr., P.E. has been named senior vice president of technology and will direct the company's technical initiatives, including the lab.
Bert Goldman remains honorary chair of the lab. First has hired Al Kenyon as director, of technology and project management and Tiffany Ligon as a technical analyst for the lab, which is devoted to the study of digital and RF signal propagation.
Denny will shut down his consulting engineering business, begun in 1994, to join First, Lawrence said. Denny and Ligon, also of Denny & Associates, are moving to Dallas, where the lab is located; Kenyon will remain in the Washington area. First plans to open a Washington branch in June; Kenyon would head that office, said Lawrence.
First Broadcasting President/Vice Chairman Gary Lawrence said Denny, the founder and CEO of Denny & Associates, has expertise in signal propagation, facilities design and computer analysis that will enhance the RF team at the lab.
Kenyon most recently worked at Denny & Associates and prior to that position was a senior vice president at Clear Channel Radio.
"They'll be working on analog and digital signal propagation, with a focus on issues related to digital radio," Lawrence told Radio World.

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