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Curriculum vitae

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Frederick is a founding partner in (the original) CyberSystems, involved in multimedia communications. He developed “the visible communicator” series of videos to support training and marketing goals of businesses and government agencies. He is an instrument-rated commercial pilot and FCC-licensed radiotelephone operator... honorably-withdrawn member IBEW (Electrical Workers).

The E-Broadcast Center | Executive Director | October 2008 - present

Business development, writing and online video production. Creating online training and marketing (streaming) video + other media. Technical writing. Devised The Visible Communicator; as an innovative product.

Founding partner - CyberSystems (inc. as Cyber, Ltd., 1971)

Developed and marketed radio commercials, soundtracks, narrations, etc., to advertising agencies and broadcasters. Multi-media productions for associations and government + FedEx + Baltimore Orioles, U.S. Coast Guard + CFA Institute.. Involved in corporate affairs. Created advertising and marketing campaigns for CyberSystems. Web site development and programming. Programming of display for plasma-screen video at Washington DC Auto Show. Numerous information videos for associations. Member American Society of Association Executives.

Announcer/Performer/Engineer, RKO General Broadcasting WGMS AM-FM, 1970-1985

On-air host and personality; introduced classical music programs. Simultaneously, passim, monitored and maintained broadcast transmitter and antenna system as staff engineer.

Program Developer and performer, Smithsonian Insitution, 1968-1970

Office of Public Affairs. Specified, equipped and installed recording production studio in the National Museum of History & Technology; trained intern; devised, scripted, hosted, announced & produced “Radio Smithsonian” nationally-distributed radio program.

Program Director and Performer, Regional radio stations, Mid-Atlantic area, 1961-1968 (SCROLL DOWN FOR DETAIL)

A long section of his career was in broadcasting as programmer and performer. It is typical to handle a succession of engagements of relatively short duration, just as in the theatre. Experiences inlcude: Program director, WHRN (AM), Herndon/Reston VA; Program director, engineer, performer, WENZ Highland Springs (Richmond) VA., Air Personality, WCAO, Baltimore MD; Madcap Fool, WDON, Wheaton MD...

Education, 1960-1964

University of Maryland, B.A. Speech & Dramatic Arts, focus on broadcast communications. Activities and Societies: Dean's list (academic). Devised and developed radio program series “Metronome” on college radio. Installed college-radio antenna system at WMUC.

Studies in radio station management, thesis paper including on-site research, public speaking, theatre, filmmaking, television production, writing, Russian, Old Germanic English. Philosophy Minor. Prior studies in physics, thermodynamics, mechanics, calculus.

Before that...

Washington DC (1938)	arrived down the chute, NE DC
Arlington VA (1938-1941)	1122 S. Monroe St.
Winchester MA (1942-1946)	5 Myrtle Street, 23 Oneida Road
  Lincoln School, Wyman School
Arlington Va (1946-1951)	1122 S. Monroe Street
  Patrick Henry School, Peyton Randolph School, Dolley
  Madison Jr. High
Adelphi MD (1951- c1967)	3433 Stanford Street
  Northwestern High School
  University of Maryland -(1957-1963 passim) B.A. 1964
College Park MD (9340 Cherry Hill Road)
Fulton MD (1971 - present)
Frederick was active during the years in which independent radio station ownership and growth were flourishing. The footprints on the sands of time are hard to document, and this is one of them.