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APRE Elects New President, Officers

Scott Hanley of WZUM(AM) will now head up the nonprofit

The Association of Public Radio Engineers (APRE) elected a new slate of officers during its annual engineering conference in Las Vegas, just prior to the NAB Show.

The nonprofit’s Public Radio Engineering Conference (PREC) serves as a professional development opportunity for the engineering community, as well as a place to honor engineers for their service and welcome new faces to the leadership board.

The newly elected board is as follows:

President — Scott Hanley (WZUM/Pittsburgh Jazz Channel)
Vice President — Bill Dahlstrom (Minnesota Public Radio/American Public Media)
Secretary — Darrell McCallla (WBHM Birmingham)
Treasurer — David Antoine (WBGO Newark)

Victoria St. John had served as the president of APRE since May 2018. She is the director of operations for Vermont Public Radio.

APRE is a nonprofit that “exists to advance preserve the mission of public radio stations through education, outreach, regulatory support and the ongoing development and preservation of best engineering practices,” according to its website.

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