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Hogan Gets New Gig

He spent the last 10 years at Washington State University.

Ralph Hogan, SBE treasurer and chair of the Association of Public Radio Engineers, has a new day job.

He’s now director of engineering for Arizona-based FMs KJZZ and KBAQ and Sun Sounds of Arizona, a radio reading service. The Class C FMs stations are in Tempe and licensed to Maricopa County Community College in Phoenix.

Hogan has a staff of four full-time and one part-time employees. His priority is “combining engineering, IT and Web services under one engineering organization to better serve our operations,” he tells me.

He spent the last 10 years at Washington State University where he was assistant general manager of engineering services for Northwest Public Radio.

Reach him at [email protected].