Jess McCloughan joins the show in Episode 205 to discuss her work providing RF consultation, products and services to theatre and entertainment venues and well as production and event suppliers in Australia and beyond. She’s worked in the industry for over a decade and recently launched a new brand and company, RF Queens, and in the episode, talks about her path into the world of RF, how she identified a need in the market for remote RF services, some of the key tools she uses, her aspirations of working with the largest tours in the world, and more. This episode is sponsored by Allen & Heath and RCF.
In addition, Jess founded The Tech Sisters in 2018, a group supporting feminine-identifying backstage personnel since its creation, and the group has grown to more than 1,400 members. Find out more here.
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And, co-host Michael Lawrence has published “Between the Lines,” a book about tuning sound systems for live events, and more importantly, about making decisions. Find out more here.
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