Edward Joseph Bauer
Ridge, MD 20680
Education: 1973 - Master of Science, Television-Radio
The Graduate School of Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13210
1972 - Bachelor of Science, Public Communications
The S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
Syracuse, NY 13210
Experience: 2010 present - Author: The Final Truth: Solving the Mystery of the JFK Assassination (2012, paperback, Kindle, 292 pp., amazon.com). Created original concepts, wrote outline, wrote and edited manuscript, created illustrations, cover designs and artwork, directed marketing and publicity.
1991 2010 - BB Productions, Ridge, MD 20680
Founder, Owner: Visual Communications Production. Wrote, produced, directed and marketed educational television, video, commercial internet web sites, maps, graphs and charts. Wrote, produced and directed 3-volume video series Classic Wargames Video Library.
1981 1991 - Unisys Corporation, Lexington Park, MD 20653
Senior Scientific Programmer: U.S. Navy NCCS, FHLT and ASWOC projects. Designed, developed, tested and debugged anti-submarine warfare software for surveillance aircraft S-3A's, S-3B's, P-3C's. CMS-2(Y) and SYCOL high-level and SYCOM machine language on UYK-7 and UYK-20 mainframes.
Senior Scientific Programmer: U.S. Navy AN-SQS 53C Sonar project (temporary assignment, Syracuse, NY). Developed, black-box tested and debugged real-time software for sub-surface platforms. Wrote runstreams and structured narratives for black-box testing. CMS-2(M) high-level on UYK-44 mainframe.
Interactive Video Disk Development: Wrote, produced and directed educational training tools using authoring languages, videotape editing and touch-screen user-interface, TIPS, RIO PC software.
4/1980 12/1980 - WARO Radio, Pittsburgh, PA 15317
Morning and Afternoon Drive-Time Air Shifts: Aired music selections, operated audio console, took meter readings and updated weather forecasts. Announced all news, sports and weathercasts throughout air shift. Wrote, produced and recorded commercial and promotional announcements, program openings, closings and content.
Public Affairs Director: Selected, edited and programmed all public service announcements. Produced, hosted and interviewed guests for weekly public affairs program.
1975 1980 - TPC Communications, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA
Television Director: Directed post-production segments of the Penn State Football Show (Ray Scott and George Paterno) throughout the 1979 football season. Wrote and directed segments of 1979 Penn State Liberty Bowl Special, "For Whom the Bell Tolls."
Assistant Director: The Penn State Football Show, 1977 and 1978 seasons, 1978 NCAA basketball season preview, "We Are One," 1978 Atlantic Coast Conference basketball season preview, "The Dirty Dozen Reload," 1977 Penn State football season recap, "Road to the Fiesta Bowl,” Pittsburgh Pirate baseball telecasts, 1977 and 1978 seasons.
Electronic Graphics Operator: The Penn State Football Show, 1977, 1978 and 1979 seasons, 1978 Penn State Sugar Bowl preview, "Looking for Number One," numerous direct response advertisements, e.g., Charlie Daniels, Slim Whitman music.
1973 1974 - Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Film Director/Editor: Graduate-level instructional films in metallurgical science, "An Introduction to Solution Thermochemistry" and "Generation of Phase Diagrams from Free-Energy Curves." Directed, edited, supervised production staff, studio scheduling, shooting, audio production and editing, equipment purchasing, budget, copyrights and distribution.
Clearances: Secret and T. S. (1981-1991). Currently none.
Languages: CMS-2(Y), SYCOL, CMS-2(M), APL, York APL, Fortran, HTML, BASIC, SYCOM machine language (octal), PC and C-64 machine languages (hex). Eager to learn more as required.
Medical: Mobility limitation necessitates telecommute/remote-eligible position. Does not affect job performance.
Interests: American Civil War History
Formula 1 Racing