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Copper Theft Is on the Show Agenda

Sterling Davis will moderate a discussion that includes security industry and scrap recycling experts.
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It’s been front-page news in Radio World and it’s a topic that is never far from the minds of broadcast engineers these days. Theft of copper and other metals at radio stations is on the rise and has become a major issue.

The NAB Radio Show will include a session about this problem and its impact on the broadcasting industry in the discussion “Copper Theft at Broadcast Sites,” Friday, Sept.19, 11 a.m.–noon.

Panelists include Bob Brand, vice president for corporate security at Cox Enterprises Inc.; Chuck Carr, vice president of member services, Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc.; and Steve Davis, senior vice president of engineering, Clear Channel Radio.

Moderating the session is Sterling Davis, vice president of engineering for Cox Communications.

The session will focus on ways broadcasters can work with law enforcement to protect their assets.

More on the panel is here.


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