Charles Dube

Chief Engineer

Charles has been Chief Engineer at New England Public Radio for over eight years. During this time he has overseen the technical aspects of installing and maintaining the Berkshire translators, the addition of WNNZ AM and FM, & helped to make WFCR the first HD Radio station in Western Massachusetts. In the meantime, he keeps the flagship WFCR FM transmission and studio facilities in good health; once in a while even managing to carve out a little time for guitar or amateur radio. A graduate of the University of Hartford’s Hartford Art School, he has spent over two decades in commercial and educational broadcasting. Charles is a member of the Society of Broadcast Engineers, the Association of Public Radio Engineers & the American Radio Relay League. He is more than happy to answer any questions you may have about the technical facilties of New England Public Radio. Charles lives in East Longmeadow with his wife, a lovely daughter, and two not so lovely Labs.

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