The group consists of three engineering professionals, each with specialties in magnetic or optical media.
Clay Steely, who was recently appointed the vice president of engineering for ABC Radio, has joined Ibiquity's Broadcaster Rollout Advisory Board.
The board, made up of various members of the radio broadcast community
Patrick Davis will lead the development of sales and support organization designed to help customers leverage the company's carrier-class streaming media platform.
Electroacoustical engineer Prof. Dr. Fritz Sennheiser celebrates his 90th birthday on May 9, 2002.
Brian McConnell joins SAS in the newly created position of regional sales manager for the western half of the United States, and Jim Armstrong will hold the new position of regional sales manager for the eastern half of the country.
Ecreso - RFTS Broadcast is expanding its sales department with the addition of an export director and a sales and communication manager.
Chris Wallace will head international sales of the company's expanded offering of analog and digital audio switchers and routers.
Delacroix, who joined Digigram in September 2001 as director of operations, is a 17-year pro audio veteran with key technical and general management positions at Schlumberger, Digitec, Studer and Harman Pro as well as other experiences in the Telecom industry.
Shure has appointed three new category directors to manage the company's microphone, DSP, personal monitor, and phonograph products.
Frank Malanga has joined the sales department.
Annette Williams, former vice president of PM of America, Inc. for Svetlana ceramic tube sales, joins the RF Parts sales staff.
Brenda Burt has worked in radio since the early 1980s.
Kevin Harrison takes over as symbols manager.
Terry Smith, who comes to Sirius after more than 20 years with the Sarnoff Corporation, reports to Michael S. Ledford, senior vice president, engineering.
Richard E. Wiley, senior partner at Wiley, Rein and Fielding, has been selected to receive the 2002 Distinguished Service Award presented by the National Association of Broadcasters.
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.
Ibiquity has appointed Gene Parrella as vice president, Integrated Circuit Design.
Jim Latimer joined the company in 2000 as director of sales for pro audio.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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