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Skip Pizzi Joins Radio World

Skip Pizzi Joins Radio World

Skip Pizzi has signed on as a contributing editor and columnist for the U.S. edition of Radio World newspaper.
Associate Publisher John Casey and Editor Paul McLane made the announcement. McLane said Pizzi will write a regular column in alternating issues and will contribute product reviews, news analysis and other stories.
“Skip Pizzi is a visionary, one of the finest columnists in our industry,” McLane said. “To have his byline in our pages again, along with our existing corps of outstanding engineering contributors, is a demonstration of our dedication to keep making RW better.”
Pizzi is former technical editor of Broadcast Engineering magazine and former editor-in-chief and contributing editor for BE Radio. He has written for broadcast, media-production and computer industry trade publications since the early 1980s, and he spent 13 years at National Public Radio in various technical production and management positions.
His full-time job is manager of television standards and regulatory affairs for Microsoft Corp. He is active in the ATSC, the TV Anytime Forum, the Advanced Authoring Format Association, AES, SMPTE and SBE. He has received the Public Radio Regional Organizations’ PRRO Award and the AES Board of Governors Award.
Pizzi’s first column appears in the Jan. 16 issue of Radio World. He is expected to write on topics that include satellite radio, IBOC, new media and long-term trends in radio technology.