- Years at WGBH: 1.5
- Position: Producer at WGBH-FM
- Web site
From Audaud.com — 10/26/2007
John Sunier has been involved in broadcasting and audio for five decades.
He received his M.A. music at the University of Iowa and worked at stations WSUI/KSUI there, then received his M.S. in Communications at Boston University while working at WGBH-FM in Boston.
He was music producer of the educational radio series The Standard School Broadcast for six years, and later Director of Sound for Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Films. He was program director and/or manager of FM stations in the San Francisco area, as well as editor of FM GUIDE and SOUND ADVICE magazines.
One of his three AV books was THE STORY OF STEREO 1881- (Gernsback Library, NY). He has been a longtime classical and jazz record reviewer — including for AUDIO magazine for a decade, and currently AUSTRALIAN HI-FI.
He originated and broadcast the weekly national radio program Audiophile Audition from 1985 to 1998.
John is married to Donna and lives in Portland, Oregon with a harpsichord, piano, loads of SACDs, DVD-As, xrcds, CDs, LDs, DVDs, LPs, cylinder records, and various tapes, plus a pair of Tonkinese cats.
I found this site in Google. Would like to know about fellow FM classmates.