It has been a busy summer, meaning we’ve got a lot for you in this fall issue of our magazine. Ric Teller’s back with another edition of “Ric Rambles,” where he discusses his experiences working as an A2. Doug Miller, a third-generation Local 695 member, shares the story of his father and grandfather’s contributions to the union. Thomas Pesa gives us some insight into the process or monitoring live sound during broadcast events shows. George Flores shares his journey from Day Player to Production Mixer on NCIS. I share my thoughts on the current offerings in the world of non-linear video editing software. Y-16A Graduate Yohannes Skoda reflects on his time in the Local 695 Trainee Program and tells us about his budding career as a Y-7A Utility Sound technician. And last, but certainly not least, we hear from the Local 695 Women’s Committee regarding the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade and take a look at the ramifications this decision will have. It’s a full issue to be sure.
James Delhauer and
Richard Lightstone CAS AMPS