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Shane started in broadcast engineering at the tender young age of 15 as a volunteer for KAXE-FM in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. During his time at KAXE, he learned the trade from the station's contract engineer, Mark Persons. Later, Shane joined KAXE as their full-time Chief Engineer. He made a number of upgrades to their studio technology and launched their first website including one of the very first live audio web streams in the nation. After a number of years at KAXE, Shane went to work for Minnesota Public Radio where he designed and implemented a system for inserting local underwriting and weather forecasts at stations around the state. Following his time at Minnesota Public Radio, Shane went on to work for a major broadcast equipment manufacturer. In 2006, Shane joined the staff of Wyoming Public Media. Shane is a senior member of the Society of Broadcast Engineers and the Association of Public Radio Engineers. When he isn't busy maintaining the Wyoming Public Radio network he enjoys spending time with his wife and two rescued shelter dogs.