I am an experienced broadcast engineer with a background in radio. I work as a Senior Technologist in the radio technology department at the BBC in London, where I help to deliver complex projects for the national radio networks. Prior to joining the BBC, I worked for one of the world’s largest broadcast software companies as a systems integration specialist, project planning, implementing and supporting the installation of playout, scheduling and newsroom systems.
I graduated from the University of Nottingham with an MEng(Hons) degree in Electronics Engineering. Prior to my current role I worked as a technical manager at a major UK commercial radio group, responsible for a team at a network programming centre. I’ve also managed DAB transmission networks.
This blog is mostly about technology, specifically all things radio, broadcast, software development, Raspberry Pi and IP telephony, but I’ll occasionally mention economics, aviation, travel and some recommended walks around Surrey too.
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