James Malone, Founder of Total RF and a Wireless Visionary, Dies

James Malone, founder of Total RF and a global visionary in the field of live wireless video and audio systems, died unexpectedly on Jan. 25. He is is survived by his wife, Anna Malone; mother, Marie Malone Street; children Shannon, Erin, Justin, and Tara; and stepchildren Kasia Parker and Greg Buczkiewicz.

In 1991, Malone founded Total RF, one of the first companies offering TV stations and networks technology that gave them an unsurpassed ability to cover breaking news and sports. Considered a grand master of the application of wireless technology to the art of broadcast production, Malone, along with Total RF, was presented nine Emmy Awards for Technology Innovation and Production Excellence.

He was sought out by networks, national broadcasters, and global event organizations to help deliver live coverage of the largest and most complex events. His expertise was an integral part of much of the most watched television sports coverage of the past three decades, including all Olympics coverage since 1994, the New York and Boston Marathons, and countless PGA, NFL, NBA, MLB, and college-football events.

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