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As WWNO’s Chief Engineer, Robert Carroll is responsible for the operation, maintenance, equipment purchases, and new construction related to the broadcast studio, transmitter, and satellite system. He has twenty-eight years of broadcast engineering experience, eleven of them as a chief engineer. He has served as Chief Engineer of WWNO since 1993, and has also served as chief engineer among other engineering roles, for WTUL-FM, WWL-TV, WWL-AM, WWL-FM, and WNNR-AM (now WGSO). He has been engineer and producer for the New Orleans Saints Radio Network since 1985. His most recent major accomplishments include installation of WWNO’s digital radio transmitter and renovation of WWNO’s production and master control rooms. He holds an FCC General Class Radiotelephone License and SBE Senior Radio and TV Engineer Certification. Robert is also a founding member of the Association of Public Radio Engineers (APRE).