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PBS Reno Vice President of Technology Inducted into Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame


Eli Cavazos, Vice President of Technology

RENO, NV (Nov. 2, 2021) –– PBS Reno Vice President of Technology Eli Cavazos has been inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame. A person is eligible for induction into the Hall of Fame after serving 20 years in the broadcasting industry, with five of those years taking place in Nevada. The Hall of Fame is how the Nevada Broadcasters Association chooses to honor and celebrate the many hundreds of broadcasters and their individual paths in the field.

“It’s an honor to be inducted in the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame,” said Cavazos. “The journey had a few interesting twists and turns along the way. I have worked hard, kept focus, and gained knowledge. I have made many friends and acquaintances, making the journey well worth it.”

Cavazos and 47 other broadcast professionals were officially welcomed into the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame during the 25th Annual Gala on Saturday, October 30, 2021, at The Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas. 

“We are proud of so many of our team members who have joined the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame,” said Kurt Mische, PBS Reno President and CEO. “Eli’s tenure and experience make him deserving of this recognition.”

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