Skip Pizzi

Skip Pizzi

Skip Pizzi is Contributing Editor at Radio World magazine, where he writes “The Big Picture” column that appears in every issue. He has also spent 11 years in various positions at Microsoft, initially as Audio Systems Engineer in the Interactive Media Production unit, and most recently as Senior Policy Analyst for the company’s Entertainment & Devices Division. Previously, Skip served as Technical Editor, Editor and Editor-in-chief at Broadcast Engineering and BE Radio (now Radio) magazines. Earlier he spent 13 years at NPR, where he served as technical director for numerous award-winning programs, and founded the company’s technical training program. He is also a published author (see below). Skip is a frequent speaker at international conferences on broadcasting, audio and music, and currently co-chairs the Surround Sound Audio Task Group of the U.S.’s National Radio Systems Committee. Skip also serves as a judge for the National Television Academy’s “Technical Emmy” Awards. He holds a B.A. from Georgetown University, where he studied International Economics, Electrical Engineering and Fine Arts.

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Skip Pizzi is Technology Editor at Radio INK magazine, and a new-media consultant to the broadcast industry. Skip is a frequent speaker at international conferences on broadcasting, audio, and music.

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