Louis Libin


Mr. Libin s the president and founder of Broad Comm, Inc., a technology consulting group specializing in cyber security, advanced television broadcast, interactive TV, intellectual property and wireless communications. He is the Chairman of Election Wireless 2021, responsible for coordinating all wireless requirements for broadcasters, Committees and public safety needs for the primary and Presidential Debates, the Political Conventions, Election Night coverage and the Presidential Inauguration having been tasked by the FCC to coordinate wireless use at previous elections. Mr. Libin serves as Vice President for Spectrum Engineering and Policy for Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. and previously served as Sinclair's Senior Director of Advanced Technology before spending time with HC2 Broadcasting as its Managing Director of Strategy. Mr. Libin is well respected as a professional advisor, educator and speaker in the spectrum, television, telecom, software and communications industries. Mr. Libin was the Executive Director of the Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance. On the international front, Mr. Libin is chair of the ATSC 3.0 Rapporteur Group for Study Group 6 - Broadcasting at the International Telecommunications Union. He studied physics at Yeshiva University, Engineering at Pratt Institute, received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from California Miramar University and completed the Executive Management program of Optical Electronics and High-Speed Videography at MIT. Mr. Libin is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers. Mr. Libin was also a guest lecturer at Arizona State University in Phoenix on Media Entrepreneurship.

Lee Miller

Director of Operations

Lee Miller has been involved in the Broadcast and Technology business for over 30 years. He has worked in commercial television news operations, creative services, promotions, public service and television network management. As a conference speaker, he has taught on subjects ranging from television news operations to church growth strategies. Featured in PR industry publications, Miller has been recognized for his instruction and writings on crisis communications from media worldwide. Miller is a winner of multiple Addy, Television Showcase and network television awards for production of television, radio and print. Miller is CEO of MSGPR Ltd Co, co-founder of Amerigy Energy LLC and serves on and is the past chairman for the TV/Visual Communications Committee for the National Religious Broadcasters. He serves on the board of GPS-TV, Doctor TV Network, the Salvation Army Advisory board, Sound Recording Career Advisory Committee for Angelina College, and as executive director for the Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance, the technical initiative to address the U.S. spectrum shortage issue as part of the National Broadband Plan. Miller attended Stephen F Austin State University majoring in Music Education, but took a career turn his last day of student teaching by taking a job in television. Among his hobbies though, he continues to play in many ensembles such as the Angelina College Jazz Band, East Texas Praise Symphony and teaches music privately. Mr Miller is a member of the National Religious Broadcasters, National Association of Broadcasters, Texas Association of Broadcasters Golden Mic member, Global News Alliance, National Translator Association, Audio Engineering Society and Society of Broadcast Engineers.