As one of the engineers, Robert helps with the technical aspects of getting the program on air. His job, as he puts is, is "buttons and knobs".
Prior to joining The World in 1995, Robert ran his own sound studio and taught audio production at Emerson College and the University of Massachusetts. He has also been a performing musician, professional cook, and he spent a decade managing a large in-house corporate electronic media facility.
"I'm a radio guy," says Robert. "Always have been. And I have very diverse interests which I can actively employ working on The World. Food, music, languages, technology, current international events -- we have it all!"