The former NAB and station executive has more than 40 years of experience in broadcasting, communications and government relations.
The NAB Education Foundation’s Technology Apprenticeship Program is seeking to recruit and retain women and people of color into more engineering leadership positions in the industry, and it’s making headway, according to Marcellus Alexander, president of the NABEF and a senior adviser to the NAB.
The Ward L. Quaal Leadership Awards will be presented at the Broadcasters Foundation breakfast on Wednesday, April 11, during the NAB Show in Las Vegas. The television-related winners are Marcellus Alexander, NAB; Richard Bodorff, Wiley Rein; and Patrick Maines, formerally of The Media Institute.
At the end of the year, he will give up his role as head of NAB’s Television Department, staying on as president of the NAB Education Foundation and will become senior adviser to the TV Department.