Wheatstone Interviews the Broadcast Industry

Wheatstone Interviews the Broadcast Industry

For the the last several NAB shows, we, along with Scott Fybush, got people we know in the industry to come by the booth to talk about stuff that they specialize in. The stories span just about the entire world of audio for broadcast ranging from acquisition to production to transmission.

Interviews from NAB 2019


Interviews from NAB 2018


Interviews from NAB 2017


Interviews from NAB 2016


Scott Fybush wears a lot of hats. He is a consultant to the radio industry with transmission being his primary passion. However, just about everything radio is within his scope of interest. His fybush.com website is a subscriber based news service that provides an insightful look at the industry. It covers his Northeast Radio Watch, Tower Site of the Week, Top Hour, and his partnership with RadioInsight community. In addition, he runs the Fybush media store and is exceptionally active in helping stations implement FM translators, including acting as a broker for FM translators.

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You'll hear Scott in various capacities on Rochester, NY's WXXI either as a reporter, or hosting Morning Edition or All Things Considered.

Scott's broadcasting career started in Lowell, Massachussets at WCAP and then moved to Boston where he spent five years at WBZ NewsRadio 1030 where he wrote and edited for the top-rated morning and afternoon news blocks, assembled awards entries that garnered two national Murrows and a whole slew of regional RTNDA and AP awards, and produced the station’s 75th anniversary celebration in 1996.

The Brighton, NY native moved back home to work at Time Warner Cable News (then named R News) where he won the first-ever Murrow for TV writing, small-market category.

Through all this, Scott launched, and still runs, NorthEast Radio Watch, the authoritative website for news about broadcasting in the region. He was also editor of The Radio Journal and a regular contributor and columnist for Radio World.

Scott graduated from Brandeis University.

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