Starling, Snazel Also Named to NABA Board Positions

Here are more details on recent board elections at the North American Broadcasters Association.
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Here are more details on recent board elections at the North American Broadcasters Association.

Michael Starling, chief technology officer and executive director of National Public Radio Labs, was named for another term as vice president. Terry Snazel, vice president technology, Bell ExpressVu, in Canada was also appointed as vice president.

As reported here last week, Leonardo Ramos Mateos, director of high technology for Grupo Televisa, Mexico, was appointed president by the NABA board of directors. He takes over from Ray Carnovale, vice president and chief technology officer for CBC/Radio-Canada, who had served as NABA president since 2006.

As director of high technology projects at Grupo Televisa, Ramos is responsible for the service evaluation, development and implementation of systems and technology for the transmission and distribution networks. Prior to joining Grupo Televisa, Ramos worked for Ericsson & NEC, where he developed systems for cellular communication, satellite services, microwaves, digital video and fiber optics links.

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