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Kyra Ringer Appointed Chief Engineer at Beasley Boston

She says "broadcast engineering is in my DNA"

 Beasley Media Group has named Kyra Ringer as its chief engineer at the company’s Boston-based radio properties.

According to a company press release, Ringer most recently worked as an independent contract engineer in New England. Previously, she served as the chief engineer for Cumulus Media in Fort Walton Beach and Pensacola, Fla.

In her new role, Beasley said Ringer will be responsible for transmitter and studio maintenance, troubleshooting and repairs of the market’s RF systems. She will also maintain Wheatstone and WheatNet for audio routing and broadcasting, among other duties.

Mary Menna, vice president and market manager of Beasley Boston, said in the release: “Kyra brings deep radio engineering expertise and a can-do attitude to complete our Boston Engineering and IT team. We are thrilled to have her.”

In the announcement, Ringer said she feels that “broadcast engineering is in my DNA,” having been raised in studios and at transmitter sites.

“My father has been a broadcast engineer for more than 40 years and has taught me most of what I know,” said Ringer. “I credit him with instilling an unwavering work ethic in me as I watched him work tirelessly through my childhood years. I have been working in radio for more than 25 years and love every aspect of what I do.”

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