Bob Hesskamp

last updated 12/31/2017

Bob Hesskamp

Senior Vice President, CNN Broadcast Engineering at CNN

General Information

Experience

Senior Vice President, CNN Broadcast Engineering - WELLNESS LLC

Senior Vice President, Global Broadcast Technology - Turner Broadcasting System , Inc.

Turner Broadcasting Corporate Vice President - System Technology

Production Assistant - Warner-Amex Cable

Operations Supervisor - Headline News

Education

bachelor's degree - radio , University of Missouri

Affiliations

Board of Regents Member - University System of Georgia

Recent News  

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Author: Added: 04/30/2008 Duration:185.621 Posted on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 www.beet.tv CNN's Transition to HD Wins Top Industry Award In Las Vegas last week at NAB, we sat down with Bob Hesskamp, the head of engineering for CNN.
Bob received the 2008 Technology Leadership Award from Broadcasting & Cable magazine for his pioneering work in creating CNN HD, the first news network in HD. Bob gave us an update on the massive work underway in Atlanta in converting hours of analog tapes and digital media into a unified digital archive.

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http://cnnpressroom.blogs.cnn.com/2011/09/13/

CNN BEST: Michael Koetter, Ashley Blackmon, John Courtney, Bob Hesskamp
The award was accepted on behalf of CNN by Bob Hesskamp, senior vice president, CNN Broadcast Engineering and Technology, Ashley Blackmon, senior director of CNN's Image + Sound - Production Services, and Michael Koetter, vice president of News Technology Planning & Development.

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http://www.articlesbase.com/leadership-articles/online-leadership-courses-bringing-learning-into-the-20th-century-5001694.html

In Las Vegas last week at NAB, we sat down with Bob Hesskamp, the head of engineering for CNN.
Bob received the 2008 Technology Leadership Award from Broadcasting & Cable magazine for his pioneering work in creating CNN HD, the first news network in HD. Bob gave us an update on the massive work underway in Atlanta in converting hours of analog tapes and digital media into a digital archive.

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