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British Radio Council role for Premier Communication Electronics' Karen Langley

By Exeter Express and Echo  |  Posted: May 08, 2014

Karen Langley, chief executive of Exeter-based PCE

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The chief executive of Exeter-based Premier Communication Electronics has joined the British Radio Council.

The Business Radio Group was set up by trade association the Federation of Communication Services, in 2004 to represent radio spectrum licensees, manufacturers, suppliers and others delivering radio services to the UK business market. The group, which meets quarterly, is led by the British Radio Council and comprises some its representatives.

It meets quarterly and sub groups have also been set up to support sub sector projects, such as critical national infrastructure, engineer training and codes of practice.

Karen Langley, who has been a director at PCE for nearly 20 years and at its helm as CEO since 2008, is currently the only woman on the council. She said: “It is an honour to be invited to join the British Radio Council and to help promote and develop the industry and its services by ensuring access to radio spectrum, adoption of digital technologies and maintaining high standards of conduct.”

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