Jane Rusch has worked in broadcasting since 1998. She served as Sales Manager for Broadcast Dialogue Magazine until changing career course and becoming a manufacturer's representative in 2011. Since then major Canadian stations and networks have relied on Jane to provide solutions for broadcast projects. Jane was named the “Ambassador of the Year” at the Central Canada Broadcast Engineer convention in 2013, and has attended 17 National Association of Broadcasters conventions.
Having been involved with the professional broadcast industry for over 30 years, and as co-developer of the Orban Optimod® Digital Series of Broadcast Audio Processing Systems, accurate peak control in the transmission path to achieve maximum loudness and sonic transparency is Greg's expertise. He is also co-developer of the Orban Opticodec-PC File and Streaming Encoders, the first commercially available AAC/aacPlus audio encoders for Internet streaming.
Holding a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, Bob Orban has uniquely combined hardcore math and engineering skills with an ear for audio processing that can attract and hold mass audiences. The result has been over 25 U.S. patents, a Scientific and Engineering Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and the 1995 Radio Engineering Achievement Award from the National Association of Broadcasters.
A radio and online broadcast professional since 1982, David Rusch has worked in station management, equipment sales, advertising and marketing, and show syndication. His experience in a variety of positions in the business offer Audio Broadcast Canada insight into the many aspects of the broadcast facility. On the entertainment side, David has covered six Super Bowls, the World Series, the NBA Finals, and has worked as a double for Charlie Sheen in two feature films.