Jery Lee knows well the operations and technical side of the Amb-OS delivery system. Which means, every Amb-OS station receives a satellite receiver that acts like a local FTP server. The “local server” is fed programs via satellite. As the unit captures the file, it’s stored as a file on the receiver/server on the AMR-100, ready to be played or transferred to the station’s automation system.
We count on Jery’s expertise as he assists with Amb-OS processes in making certain stations have these programs on their receiver/server when they want and need them.
Jery attended Biola University majoring in radio, film and TV and his first job in radio was with a southern California station, before coming to Ambassador in 1996.
He and his wife Joanne, a Christian school administrator, have two children, Jeffrey and Jamie and are an active church family at Jericho Road Community Church in Irvine.
Because of Jery’s well-known (and documented!) photo shoots our first question was an obvious one. . .
When I take photos I always. . . make sure I have 3 extra battery’s on me at all times!
I’m happiest when. . . I’m doing an activity outdoors with my children. Getting the kids away from the TV and other electronics. And enjoying God’s creation.
I’d like people to know. . . I’m compassionate about others, even if I don’t know them. And even though I’m quiet, I’m always listening and observing and want to help.
I look forward to a time when. . . I can hear my children’s children call me grandpa. And I’ll be the one taking my grandkids everywhere!