Michigan Broadcasters present Paul Grzebik MAB Associate Of The Year Award

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Regional Sales Manager of the Eastern United States for Axcera named second recipient of annual award at Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference and Expo

The Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB) presented Paul Grzebik of Farmington Hills, MI with the organization’s second “MAB Associate of the Year” award. The presentation was made Wednesday, March 14 during the Great Lakes Broadcasting Conference and Expo in Lansing. The award was created by MAB to recognize the significant contributions made by associate members, and to acknowledge their efforts in enhancing the quality and integrity of broadcasting while supporting their community.

Grzebik serves as Regional Sales Manager of the Eastern United States for Axcera (formerly ITS Corporation.) Previously, he was president of RF Systems, Inc., and an ITS Corporation representative since 1988. During his 40-year career in the broadcast industry, Grzebik held positions with various Detroit radio stations, including WDET-FM, Golden West Broadcasters at WTWR, and Outlet Broadcasting at WQRS-FM. He is a member and past manager of the Detroit Section of the Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers, as well as a member and twice past Chairman of the Southeast Michigan Chapter of the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE.) Grzebik serves on the Board of Directors of the Michigan Association of Broadcasters and holds a lifetime FCC General Class Radiotelephone License and FCC Extra Class Amateur Radio License.

 

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