Wayne M. Pecena
Director of Engineering
Texas A&M University - KAMU TV & FM
Wayne M. Pecena serves as the Director of Engineering at Educational Broadcast Services at Texas A&M University. He is responsible for technology and operations of Texas A&M public broadcasting stations KAMU TV & FM. Wayne has over 40 years of broadcast and IP network engineering experience and holds BS and MS degrees from Texas A&M University. Wayne is a Fellow of the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) and holds the Certified Professional Broadcast Engineer (CPBE) and Certified Broadcast Network Engineer (CBNE) certifications from the SBE. Wayne serves as the Secretary of the SBE and chairs the SBE Education Committee. He was named the 2012 SBE Educator of the Year and the 2014 Radio World Engineer of the year. Wayne is also the Vice-Chair of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Engineering and Technology Advisory Committee (ETAC). He is a frequent speaker on IP Networking topics for the Broadcast Engineer.
Frequent industry speaker and instructor regarding Information technology and specifically IP Networking topics to technology focused audiences. Past industry presentation events include CCBE-Canada, WABE-Canada, InfoComm International, NAB BEC, NAB Radio Show, PBS TechCon, SBE Ennes Workshops, and numerous State broadcasting association events. Company: Sexton and Company creates online training for a variety of corporate clients nationwide. One of their recent project took a corporate Elearning program live from the ground up with thousands of individuals trained at hundreds of locations across the country.
Events featuring Wayne M. Pecena
Wednesday, Oct 25
11:00AM - 1:00PM
As broadcast station IP networks have grown and become an integral part of the broadcast technical plant, so have the security threats grown such that network security is an ongoing essential task for the broadcast engineer. This presentation will provide an understanding of IP network security terminology, security plan principals, best practices, and proactive implementation techniques.