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Doug A. Smith earned his BS in communications arts and sciences from Lyndon State College and his MA in telecommunications from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. 

He worked in technical and supervisory capacities at NBC affiliate WNNE-TV in White River Junction, Vt., and as operations manager at WGME-TV in Portland, Maine, a CBS station. Smith previously taught radio and television courses at a North Carolina Community College and in 1999 joined the faculty of Norwich University, where he teaches the courses Intro to Mass Media (fall, spring, and summer), Broadcasting Techniques (fall), and Radio Production (spring). He also manages all aspects of Norwich University radio station WNUB-FM, which celebrated 50 years of broadcasting in December 2017.   

In his life beyond Norwich, Smith runs his own business, marketing and installing satellite television and Internet services. Smith, his wife Pam, and their two dogs live in the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee region of New Hampshire, with children and grandchildren in Pennsylvania, Florida, and Michigan.

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