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DRB Subcommittee Co-chairmen

Glynn Walden
CBS Radio
400 Market Street 10th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Glynn Walden was the Senior VP of Engineering for CBS Radio where he was responsible for new technology roll outs including advanced HD radio applications and signal improvements. He currently consults for Entercom Radio.

In 1991 he helped found USA Digital Radio, a consortium of broadcasters developing In Band On Channel (IBOC) technology. USADR merged with Lucent Digital Radio to form iBiquity Digital Corporation. In his previous capacity as Vice President of Broadcast Engineering for iBiquity Digital Corporation, he wrote the IBOC technical and regulatory specifications for a design team of 50 engineers, scientists and technicians who developed the IBOC system. He also authored the transition plan that allowed broadcasters to move from analog to digital broadcasting with minimal technical and economic disruptions to broadcasters and listeners.

He has three patents covering the HD Radio System. At the April 2004 National Association of Broadcasters Convention Mr. Walden was presented the industry's Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to the industry and its transition to digital radio. Prior to his work in developing HD Radio Mr. Walden was the Vice President of Engineering for CBS and Westinghouse Broadcasting. He has been an active industry voice advocating technical improvements, protections of the FCC allocations, rules and AM improvement.

Mr. Walden began his radio career in Miami Florida at WEDR-FM as its first Chief Engineer. He holds a BS from Florida International University.

Jackson Wang
e-Radio USA
303 Twin Dolphin Drive 6th Floor
Redwood City, CA 94065

Jackson is the founder of e-Radio and has an extensive background with a career that spans the Canadian military where he was an Aerospace Engineering Officer, the private sector as a systems engineer with Litton Guidance and Control Systems where he worked on the U.S. Tomahawk Cruise Missile Program and in the public sector with the Ontario Ministry of Transport where he was a Senior Project Manager specializing in Public Private Partnerships.

He is the co-chairman of the NRSC DRB subcommittee, and currently leads the Broadcast subcommittee of the Home to Grid (H2G) Domain Expert Working Group (DEWG) of the US Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP). He was also a founding committee chairman of (ATIS) Advanced Traveler Information Systems of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and past chair of International Organization for Standardization (ISO) TC/204 WG10.1 subcommittee on advanced traveler services integration.

Jackson is a graduate of the Engineering Science Program at the University of Toronto and is a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario and the Society of Automotive Engineers.