Board of Governors

Bob Bronow, CAS, Sound

Bob Bronow, CAS is a re-recording mixer working in television and film for over twenty five years.

He has received three Primetime Emmy Awards with an additional eleven nominations, four CAS Award wins and two MPSE Golden Reels.

Projects include: American Soul, Genius: Einstein and Picasso, Barkskins, Tacoma FD, A Christmas Prince, The Last Ship, Graves, Nightcap, Z: The Beginning of Everything, The Family, Fourteen seasons of Deadliest Catch, Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins, American Masters: Marlon Brando, Carol Burnett & Bob Newhart, What We Carry, and The Wrecking Crew

He currently serves as the Television Academy's Sound Peer Group governor and on the Cinema Audio Society's Board of Directors.

He works with top software developers to create tools for mixers. He regularly teaches master classes and speaks at universities around the country (including NYU, Emerson College, SCAD and Fullsail University) to share insight and promote the craft of sound mixing to future mixers.

updated 1.14.20

Bob Bronow, CAS is a re-recording mixer working in television and film for over twenty five years.

He has received three Primetime Emmy Awards with an additional eleven nominations, four CAS Award wins and two MPSE Golden Reels.

Projects include: American Soul, Genius: Einstein and Picasso, Barkskins, Tacoma FD, A Christmas Prince, The Last Ship, Graves, Nightcap, Z: The Beginning of Everything, The Family, Fourteen seasons of Deadliest Catch, Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins, American Masters: Marlon Brando, Carol Burnett & Bob Newhart, What We Carry, and The Wrecking Crew

He currently serves as the Television Academy's Sound Peer Group governor and on the Cinema Audio Society's Board of Directors.

He works with top software developers to create tools for mixers. He regularly teaches master classes and speaks at universities around the country (including NYU, Emerson College, SCAD and Fullsail University) to share insight and promote the craft of sound mixing to future mixers.

updated 1.14.20

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