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Colin Pfund

Colin Pfund

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Audio Fields:

  • Broadcasting - Studio
  • Broadcasting - Television Sound

Job Duties:

  • Broadcast Engineer
  • Systems Designer


Colin Pfund graduated summa cum laude from the University of Hartford in December 2012, earning a double-degree Bachelors in Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering Technology with a minor in Mathematics.

In February 2013, Colin joined NBCUniversal in NYC as an Associate Engineer in the Production Engineering group, following an internship with the broadcast giant. In 2014, he was promoted to Project Engineer. At NBC, Colin has worked on audio routing, editing, and mixing systems for Late Night with Seth Meyers, Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Saturday Night Live, Today Show, Meredith Vieira, MSNBC, and more.

At Hartford, Colin worked as a studio Staff Engineer and a personal tutor, specializing in analog and digital electronics. Colin served as Chair of the university's Audio Engineering Society Student Section for two years and continued as Student Advisor until graduation. Colin also served as Coordinator for Hartford's IEEE Chapter and Freshman Mentor for the Audio Engineering Technology program.

As Chair of the AES Student Delegate Assembly for North and Latin America, Colin aided in event planning for the US and international AES Conventions and maintained global student communications. He was heavily involved in the reincarnation of the Student Design Competition and Exhibition at the 133rd Convention and headed coordination for the SDC at the 134th and 135th Conventions. To learn more about student events, visit

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