Gareth Paredes has returned to Orban/CRL, taking on the role of sales administration manager.
William Woodside, formerly the company's production manager, joined APT in 1992.
Jim Latimer joined the company in 2000 as director of sales for pro audio.
Ibiquity has appointed Gene Parrella as vice president, Integrated Circuit Design.
Roy E. Studyvin, manager, entertainment software development, and John Fulbright, senior entertainment developer, have been appointed by Prophet Systems Innovations (PSi) to its NexGen Digital Entertainment division.
Patricia Humke will be based in Cincinnati and will oversee the production and installation of all radio and TV studio products and systems.
The PPW is a new public-private partnership that is bringing the nation's top emergency warning experts together to resolve national warning message standards, protocols and priorities.
Jeff Shorsher will be working with Gepco's marketing and product development teams to increase the visibility and sales of Gepco's audio and video cables in the professional broadcast and video markets.
XM Satellite Radio has promoted three key executives who have made major contributions to its launch success and being named "Product of the Year" by Fortune Magazine.
Frank Seidel will handle corporate and product communications for Digigram.
Commissioner Abernathy describes the Web page as a feature that will focus focus on one public interest issue to raise awareness outside the Beltway and highlight the Commission's role and her own views on the issue.
Tom Stotler is now market development manager for Music Retail and Touring Sound; Doug Kittle is market development manager for Recording and Broadcast; and Shareen King joins the company as marketing coordinator.
Randall Murphy will handle the day-to-day operations of Harris' ordering center
Wendy Wild will head the product testing and product support divisions.
Luis Endara will supervise the sales of all product lines through Orban/CRL's dealer networks in North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
Criss Onan's duties at Technet Systems Group will be to coordinate sales of leading broadcast manufacturer’s equipment to clients throughout the United States.
Joseph P. Clayton joins Sirius from Global Crossing.
This new position gives Keith Olsen authority over a new international market development team that focuses exclusively on the recording, post production and broadcast markets.
The team includes Dave Graichen of Louisiana, Lyle Dodge of Idaho, Gavin Lawrence of Great Britain, Steve Runck of North Dakota, Dan Fulton of Wisconsin, and Dan Slentz of Ohio.
Jerry Chalup is national components sales manager, Dan Verbeski is shipping manager, and Grant Gieselman is purchasing manager.
Dennis Heymans takes over as operations manager for the Myat filter products division.
Jay Adrick has been appointed to the new position of vice president of strategic business development, and Douglas Stark has joined the division as vice president of studio products and systems.
Peter Chaikin takes over as director of marketing, recording and broadcast.
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