State Employee Grant Program

Associate Members

► The American Society of Composers, Authors, & Publishers (ASCAP)
► Boyd Broadcast Technical Services
► Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI)
► Dalke Broadcast Services, Inc.
► Hatfield & Dawson Consulting Engineers, Inc.
► Radio Music License Committee
► Regional Reps Corp
► SEASAC, Inc.
► Washington Coalition for Open Government

The American Society of
Composers, Authors & Publishers
(ASCAP)

  ASCAP Building
   One Lincoln Plaza
   New York, NY  10023
   Phone:  (800) 99-ASCAP  Fax:  (212) 621-6446
   Web Site:  www.ascap.com
   E-Mail:  rschwind@ascap.com

  
Ray Schwind, AVP/Director, Broadcast Licensing

   

Boyd Broadcast Technical Services

   21818 S. W. Columbia Circle
  
Tualatin, OR  97062
   Phone:  (503) 692-6074
   James Boyd, K7MKN

Boyd Broadcast Technical Services provides radio broadcast contract engineering services to stations in the Northwest.  Troubleshooting, Studio Work, NRSC, RFR measurements.  If it's radio, we do it!

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI)

   10 Music Square East
   Nashville, TN  37203
  
Phone:  (615) 401-2000    Fax:  (615) 401-2104
   Web Site:  www.bmi.com
   Michelle Mazzara, Director

Dalke Broadcast Services, Inc

W7PB
P. O. Box 6016
Bellevue, WA 98008
Phone:  (206) 660-3119
E-Mail:  jim@dalke.com
   James A. “Jim” Dalke, CPBE, AMD

Dalke Broadcast Services, Inc., provides communication services for the electronic media industry, including radio and television broadcasting. Experience and services include development, construction, maintenance, and repair of both studio and transmitter broadcast facilities. Jim Dalke, CEO, is a Senior member of the Society of Broadcast Engineers and an active member of SBE Chapter 16 in Seattle. Jim is an SBE Certified Professional Broadcast Engineer with certifications as an AM Directional Antenna Specialist, 8VSB Digital Television, and Broadcast Networking Technology. Jim serves on the Washington State Emergency Communications Committee as technical advisor for the state EAS system. Jim is also an ABIP Inspector for the WSAB.

Hatfield & Dawson Consulting Engineers, LLC

   9500 Greenwood Ave. N.
  
Seattle, WA  98103
   Phone:  (206) 783-9151    Fax:  (206) 789-9834
   Web site:  www.hatdaw.com
   E-Mail:  hatdaw@hatdaw.com 
   E-Mail:  engineers@hatdaw.com 
Benjamin F. Dawson III, President
Thomas M. Eckels, Vice President
Stephen S. Lockwood, Partner
David J. Pinion, Partner

Hatfield & Dawson is a Washington State consulting engineering firm with a specialized practice in telecommunications and electromagnetic engineering. 
The principals and associates of the firm have extensive experience in all aspects of this specialized field. 
The firm performs design work, government-agency and license-application engineering, preparation of specifications. The firm also performs construction supervision, propagation analysis, measurements, testing and operation review of:

   Communications and Radio Systems for FM and AM Broadcast
   Interference and Electromagnetic Compatibility Issues
   Microwave, cellular, PCS and Paging
   UHF and VHF Television Systems
   Electromagnetic Engineering & Analysis
   Non-Ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation Issues

H&D has a long history of innovative use of computational electromagnetics techniques for the design, analysis, testing and implementation of antenna systems. Our experience in medium-wave antennas is unequalled. We have a record of successful work with both conventional and unusual antennas at frequencies to the 1 GHz region. The firm makes extensive use of computer technology to access allocation databases and digitized terrain data, for CAD-system design, and for automated propagation studies. 
Our clients include private broadcasting companies, telecommunications common carriers, industrial communications users, educational institutions, cable television systems, public transit agencies, cities, counties, states and agencies of the United States and foreign governments.

RMLCRadio Music License Committee

1616 Westgate Circle
Brentwood, TN 37027
Phone: (615) 844-6260    Fax: (615) 844-6261
E-Mail: bill@radiomlc.org
Web Site: www.radiomlc.org
William Velez, Executive Director

The RMLC is a non-profit entity that is charged with representing the commercial radio industry (over 10,000 stations) in fee negotiations with music licensing organizations such as ASCAP, BMI and SESAC.

Regional Reps CorpRegional Reps Corp

6505 Rockside Road, Ste. 200
Cleveland, OH 44131
Phone: (216) 535-3969     Fax: (216) 781-7508
E-Mail: shayna@regionalreps.com
Web Site: www.regionalreps.com
Shayna Sharpe, CDMC2

Now in our 57th year, Regional Reps Corp. is the country's leading sales representative for small and medium market Radio stations.  We represent stations all over the country with aggressive, face to face selling.  We view ourselves as an extension of the local sales staff of the Radio stations we represent.  We provide an effective sales presence in markets where our relationships, expertise and resources help give our stations the advantage of face to face selling and more "at-bats" for national business.  Regional Reps Corp. operates offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Los Angeles and New York.

SEASAC, Inc.

  55 Music Square East
  
Nashville, TN 37203
   Web Site:   www.washingtoncog.org 
   Greg Riggle
  
Music Licensing

Washington Coalition for Open GovernmentWashington Coalition for Open Government

   6351 Seaview Ave NW
   Seattle, WA 98107-2664
   
   E-Mail:
  info@washingtoncog.org    
   Phone:  (206) 782-0393    
   Fax:  (206) 623-4474    
   Website:  www.washingtoncog.org
   Elly Snow, Executive Director

The Washington Coalition for Open Government represents individuals and organizations intent on preserving and protecting Washington's Open Government Laws - Open Records and Open Meetings. Its mission is to represent the public in matters where open government issues are raised, are threatened, or deserves broader exposure.

The Coalition conducts public workshops and forums around the state, involving the public, public officials, and the media in discussing government accessibility as provided in the various statutes that assure such access and accountability from our public agencies.


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