William "Dub" Irvin is Vice President and chief architect of WideOrbitís WO Automation for Radio. He was worked in Radio since 1986 in on-air, engineering, and traffic management positions. In 1990, Dubís station was the first to install Computer Concepts DCS, the first PC-based Radio automation system, and spearheaded its rollout to the rest of the groupís stations.

Dub has been a leader in the station automation industry since 1991, first at Computer Concepts and later at Scott Studios, where he launched the DCS, Maestro, and SS32 products. At Google, he led the launch in 2008 of Google Radio Automation, which was subsequently acquired by WideOrbit.

Dub works from WideOrbitís headquarters in San Francisco.