[sbe-eas] [SBE] Going forward
k7cr at blarg.net
Wed Mar 17 16:38:57 EDT 2010
Sorry Henry - This is not true. Broadcasters will remain very much
involved. As anyone who attended the recent EAS Summit will tell you.
On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 12:09pm a9xw at cs.com wrote:
> The next gen EAS will not require broadcasters, the Govt thinks
> cell and hybrid devices will suffice.
> -----Original Message----- From: Mulliner, Rich To: sbe member
> mail list Sent: Wed, Mar 17, 2010 1:02 pm Subject: Re: [SBE] Going
> Jim you are right, what we they thinking discussing such nonsense.
> face it in reality the topic and issues being discussed only involves
> personal livelihoods, the futures of the broadcast industry and the
> responsibility of being able to properly inform the publics in a real
> emergency. How did your email work on 911 or how well will you
> and modem work when powers goes out and only a battery powered radio
> TV is working. This topic is most likely the most important issue we
> have ever discussed and it will have major repercussion on our
> and even more devastating on the PUBLIC at large.
> From: sbe-bounces at sbe.org [mailto:sbe-bounces at sbe.org] On Behalf Of
> Leifer Sent: Wednesday, March 17, 2010 1:52 PM To: 'sbe member
> mail list' Subject: [SBE] Going forward
> Gentleman, As the moderator my simple request is to share ideas and
> opinions relevant to Engineering and how we do a better job in our
> profession. I watched so many different emails fly back and forth it
> nice to see so many participants. WMD and left/right discussions are
> invited in the SBE chat area. Please continue your thoughts on this
> area with how we can grow our industry with innovation and better ways
> do our jobs. I am delighted so many different people chimed in. What
> else concerns all of you? Now it is your turn. Thank you.
> Jim Leifer Moderator
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