Paul Shulins to Join Burk Technology as Vice President Chief Technology OfficerPosted Aug 30, 2017
LITTLETON, MA (8/30/17) – Burk Technology announced today that radio industry veteran Paul Shulins will be joining the company as Vice President Chief Technology Officer.
Paul served as Director of Technical Operations for Greater Media Boston for the past twenty-eight years after starting his career as a Radio Chief Engineer. He has designed and constructed many custom, on-air program playback systems and technical facility monitoring and control systems. He is a member of the Society of Broadcast Engineers, and has held an SBE Radio Engineer Certification since 1982. Paul Served on the National Association of Broadcasters’ Broadcast Engineering Conference Committee in 2006 and 2007. Paul is also a member of the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society, and is an elected member of the BTS AdCom. Paul is currently serving as a member of NAB’s Digital Radio Committee, and served two years on the NAB’s Broadcast Engineering Conference Planning Committee. Paul has a long history of contributing papers to the NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference at NAB, as well as the NAB Radio Show, and is authoring several chapters in the 11th edition of the NAB Engineering Handbook. In 2015 Paul became an associate member of AFCCE. Paul earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of New Hampshire System in 1979 with majors in physics, chemistry and natural sciences.
“Paul brings a wealth of industry experience and technical expertise to our executive team,” said Peter Burk, President of Burk Technology. “His contributions will have a major impact on the company’s growth and strategic direction.”
“I am delighted and honored to contribute my broadcast engineering experience and solutions to the extraordinarily successful platform Peter and his team at Burk Technology have built,” said Shulins. He added, “My professional background and enthusiasm for monitoring and control systems will be a perfect match to drive new and innovative solutions for broadcasters around the world.”
Shulins will assume his new responsibilities on September 18, 2017.
About Burk Technology
Burk Technology designs and manufactures high quality transmitter facility control systems for the broadcast industry, with thousands of active radio and TV installations across the US and around the world. Founded in 1985, Burk brings over 30 years of innovation and continuous improvement to transmitter remote control, setting the standards for reliability, flexibility and ease of operation. www.burk.com
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