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Communications educator

Charles Ronald Pesha, American Communications educator. Recipient Chancellor's award State University of New York, 1993. Board of directors Glens Falls, New York, Symphony Orchestra, 1993-1994. Member National Association College Broadcasters (national advisory board 1992-1995), Thoreau Society (program committee co-chair 1994-1995).

Background

Pesha, Charles Ronald was born on May 7, 1934 in Tulsa. Son of Harold and Beatrice Katherine (Mahan) Pesha.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Broadcasting, Skidmore College, 1980. Master of Arts in Humanities, California State University, Dominguez Hills, 1988.

Career

Associate professor broadcasting, Adirondack Community College, Queensbury, New York, since 1976. Former radio and television announcer various small and large stations. Former assistant manager KFOA, Honolulu.

Former chief studio engineer KBCA (now KKGO), Los Angeles. Former chief engineer many radio stations. Built KFOA, Honolulu.

Former consultant broadcast engineer.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Producer orientation videotape for Sembrich Museum. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals and magazines.

Membership

Board of directors Glens Falls, New York, Symphony Orchestra, 1993-1994. Member National Association College Broadcasters (national advisory board 1992-1995), Thoreau Society (program committee co-chair 1994-1995).

Connections

Married Ronna Marie Wall. 1 child, Noah Thoreau.

father:
Harold Pesha

mother:
Beatrice Katherine (Mahan) Pesha

spouse:
Ronna Marie Wall

child:
Noah Thoreau Pesha