Tony Peterle will transition to a consulting role at WorldCast Systems in April.

Peterle is manager for the Americas at the France-based company, which he joined in 2005.

“I’m honored to remain a part of the WorldCast family and will remain available to our customers for pre and post-sale support, planning, installations, presentations — and hopefully still get the occasional trip to Bordeaux, my beautiful ‘second home’ on the Garrone,” he wrote in a social media post.

[Read Tony Peterle’s article “Using the SNMP Protocol in Broadcast Monitoring”]

“I’m also excited about the new opportunities that await. I’ll have time for some freelance and consulting work, professional writing, voice work and who knows what else might come along.”

He plans to move from Florida to Ohio by mid-year.

Peterle began in radio in 1975 and started engineering in 1978. He was a chief engineer in Honolulu, Wichita and Kansas City, and spent years in the air as a traffic pilot in Honolulu, Kansas City and Seattle.

He is a past recipient of the James C. Wulliman SBE Educator of the Year Award who has trained engineers through SBE University, Ennes workshops and SBE webinars as well as articles in Radio World and elsewhere.

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