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Boswell Joins Inrush as Partner in the Firm

The company was founded by Mike Dorris in 2019

The four partners of Inrush Broadcasting stand in front of the company logo in a lobby.
Cameron Boswell, second from left, joins Shaun Dolan, Mike Dorris and Brian Sapp as the firm’s partners.

Technical integrator Inrush Broadcast Services has added Cameron Boswell as a partner in the firm.

“Boswell’s hiring is the capstone of a strategic expansion effort that began three years ago and has since grown the team fivefold,” the company said in its announcement. “He joins current partners Mike Dorris, Brian Sapp and Shaun Dolan in leading the firm forward with his technical acumen, management skills and enthusiasm for mentoring others.”

He is former director of engineering for Public Media Engineering and has worked as a systems engineer, audio engineer and studio manager. “Prior to joining Inrush Broadcast Services, Boswell managed a national team of system integration engineers where he oversaw projects for Audacy, The New York Times and other broadcast clients,” Inrush stated.

“Following this role, he worked independently as an integration consultant for multiple iHeartMedia projects, including their new studio facility in New York City. Boswell also managed a signals collection and analysis team during his service in the U.S. Army.”

Inrush is a consulting engineering firm serving radio and other media fields; it was founded by consultant Mike Dorris in 2019 and is based in Chicago. It now has 13 employees.

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