Q & A Jeri Palumbo

Kenny, Tom
April 2011
Mix;Apr2011, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p74
An interview with live sports audio engineer Jeri Palumbo is presented. When asked regarding how she got involved in the live sports, she refers to the incident where a director and producer approached her to do a live broadcast mixing. She says that the sports audio engineer's job is getting more complicated because of the critical role they are playing. She adds that one can contact somebody that does sports in order to learn the business.


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