Dalet expands its U.S. presence with Kim Murphy Thomas heading a new Los Angeles team.
The awards, first established in 1959, are given to individuals for their significant contributions which have advanced the state of the art of broadcast engineering.
Mark Miller will spearhead audio sales, design, training, and systems integration.
Jeff McNall is the new manager of national sales and market development, and Andrew Hutton and Mark Handa join R&D.
Michael Hurwitz has worked in pro audio and retail sales for many years, in addition to being a studio musician.
Peter Harrison has worked in broadcast since the 1970s when he joined the UK ITV company Border TV.
Rick Thompson joined the company in 1994 as an inside sales consultant.
Skip Weller moves to a full-time position as the company's CRO after serving as a consultant.
Dan Halyburton will lead Radiotime's efforts to make broadcasters' content available online.
Melodie Virtue will receive the 2008 Achievement award at the AWRT Women's Media Forum on March 6, 2009.
Roger Sales was part of the team in charge of the transition of Orban from Harman to CRL in 1999.
Jennifer Paquette's responsibilities include managing and leading all sales functions, including the strengthening of team building initiatives aimed at advancing sales.
Scott Elberg moves up to the role of chief revenue officer.
Legendary Comedian and Actor to be Honored at the 2009 NAB Show in Las Vegas
Jon Plesser is responsible for national ad sales and syndication activities associated with SSI's roster of programming.
New hires join the teams in the U.S., the UK and Australia.
John George rejoins and the territory expands for Matt Leland at Dielectric.
Mimi Ito will explore how people use new digital media and mobile technologies in their everyday lives.
Jean-Philippe Gauthier joins the media streaming provider from Gesca, Cyberpresse.ca.
Cliff Wernet has more than 20 years of field sales experience in the A/V and broadcast marketplace.
Kevin Campbell joined the company in 2003 and has led the US office in Boston since 2007.
Lynn Turner is the new business development manager. She will also run the new North Carolina office.
Jim Miller and Todd Jackson are presidents of their own tower companies.
Malcolm Gladwell is the author of The Tipping Point and Outliers.
David Barrett, president and CEO of Hearst-Argyle Television, and Larry Patrick, managing partner of Patrick Communications, were recently named to the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation (NABEF) board of directors.
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