CTA Names 2020 Hall Of Fame Class, 3 Innovation Entrepreneurs

Frank Conrad, Westinghouse engineer who designed the first consumer electronics product.
Frank Conrad, Westinghouse engineer who designed the RA/DA radio, the first consumer electronics device.

The engineer who designed the first consumer electronics product that birthed our industry a century ago, the two computer programmers who have been dubbed the “Fathers of the Internet,” the executive who energized Sony and Sirius XM satellite radio, and a group of entrepreneurs inventing the future are among the group of geniuses and luminaries honored by CTA in its annual class of Hall of Fame inductees and Innovation Entrepreneurs.

Read the rest of this report here at TWICE.com.

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