Oregon Public Broadcasting has promoted Don McKay to vice president of Engineering. McKay, who has over 30 years experience in television broadcasting, joined OPB in 1999 as director of the Engineering Network Center, responsible for the design and implementation of the conversion of analog to digital for both radio and television.

Prior to joining OPB he was with Southern Oregon Public Television for 18 years where he served as chief engineer, COO and interim general manager. He also spent five years with CIM associates as TV engineer, producer and director.

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