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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

About

Colin Pfund has recently completed his studies at the University of Hartford's College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA). He graduated in December, 2012 summa cum laude, 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 Systems Engineering group, following an internship with the broadcast giant. At NBC, Colin has assisted with the construction of multimedia editing suites and the design of small-scale production control rooms.

At Hartford, Colin worked in the CETA Recording Studios as a Staff Engineer, overseeing student sessions and assisting student engineers. He also worked for the University of Hartford Student Government Association as a personal tutor, specializing in digital and analog electronics.

Colin prefers to be a team leader, with credits as a sports team captain and club sport vice president. He served as Chair of the University of Hartford's Audio Engineering Society Student Section for two years and remains heavily involved in section function. Past leadership positions include Coordinator for Hartford's IEEE Chapter and Freshman Mentor for the Audio Engineering Technology program.

Colin is currently serving as Chair of the AES Student Delegate Assembly for North and Latin America, aiding in event planning for the US and international AES Conventions and maintaining global student communications. To learn more about the SDA, visit aes.org/students.


Colin's audio interest include broadcast A/V systems, hardware design, and live/studio production. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, baking, and participating in community volunteer projects.


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