Introduced in 2005, IABM Honorary Membership recognizes outstanding personal contributions to the supplier side of the industry as well as IABM itself over an extended period. The Honorary Members listed below have all met, and far exceeded, these criteria – a veritable who’s who of broadcast and media industry leaders and luminaries who have been instrumental in the continuing development and success of our industry across the last several decades.

Full List of IABM Honorary Members

Alan Brill

Born in Glasgow in 1947, Alan Brill graduated from Strathclyde University in 1970 with a degree in Electrical Engineering, and also ...

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Ole Peter Clausen

A graduate of Copenhagen Business School, Ole Clausen is the personification of the successful serial entrepreneur. After graduating...

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Roger Crumpton

Roger was the first CEO of the IABM from 2005-2008 and IBC Board Member for Finance, Audit and Remuneration from 2006-2009. Roger ha...

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Jan Eveleens

"As well his influential role in our rapidly changing industry, Jan Eveleens has also made an enormous contribution to the developme...

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John Ive

John Ive joined the BBC in 1972 after graduating from Essex University with a BA in Electronics. His first job with the corporation ...

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Lawrence Kaplan

As an industry leader and serial entrepreneur, Larry Kaplan has an extensive track record of building and running successful busines...

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Lyle Keys

Lyle Keys started his career in the broadcast industry in 1953. He was the founder and president of TeleMation, Inc., an early manuf...

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David MacGregor

David has worked in the Broadcast industry since 1965, spending time at EMI Electronics, Thames TV, Grampian TV, Oman TV, Yorkshire ...

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Mike Martin

Mike Martin joined Vinten in the early 1970s as sales manager for the company’s broadcast business. Martin served on the IABM Board ...

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Derek Owen

Derek Owen has been involved in the broadcast industry for over 50 years. After engineering positions at EMI and BBC, and sales role...

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Peter Owen

The 50s and 60s were great years for budding electronics engineers; color and extra channels were coming to broadcast. After a few y...

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John Ross

John’s career in broadcasting started by chance in 1950 when a kind person offered him a job as a radio transmitter operator at CKY-...

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Martin Salter

Martin Salter, a Chartered Engineer, is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, Member of The Royal Television So...

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Clyde Smith

Clyde Smith is a consultant for New Technologies for FOX Network Engineering and Operations. In this role, Clyde supports Broadcast ...

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Roderick Snell

Roderick Snell is a visiting professor at the Business School of the University of Kingston, Surrey, a fellow of the Royal Televisio...

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