Respected industry professional with over 25 years' experience will serve western USA customers.

Hackett's Cove, Nova Scotia -- Experienced broadcast professional Jeff Wilson has joined Nautel as Regional Sales Manager. Based in his home city of Quincy, Illinois, Jeff will manage Nautel's Western US sales territory. This territory has been served since 2012 by Ellis Terry, who is retiring from Nautel later this year.

"Jeff is very well known throughout the industry,having attended numerous NAB shows and other national, state and regional shows," said Wendell Lonergan, Nautel Director of Broadcast Sales. "His technical experience, professionalism and integrity will be an asset to our customers and representatives throughout the western states."

Prior to joining Nautel, Jeff progressed through increasingly responsible roles during his 20 year tenure at Broadcast Electronics. Most recently he held the positions of Director of Sales and Western Region Sales Manager. "Through his career Jeff has developed a broad understanding of broadcast customer issues, thanks to his extensive knowledge that extends from the studio through to the transmission site," said Lonergan. Other experience includes time spent as an operations manager and program director for stations in Iowa, Kansas and Florida.

"I am thrilled to be part of the Nautel team. My entire career has been spent serving the radio industry and I look forward to continuing that tradition with Nautel's current and future customers," said Jeff Wilson.

About Nautel: Nautel is one of the world's largest manufacturers of AM and FM radio broadcast transmitters. Focused on making transmission worry-free for users worldwide, Nautel provides valuable new solutions for digital radio broadcasting at stations of all sizes. Part of Nautel's "worry-free" approach is the innovative Advanced User Interface (AUI), which simplifies access, monitoring and control of transmitter sites. More than 16,000 Nautel transmitters have been deployed in over 177 countries since 1970, with more than 8,000 deployments of AUI-enabled transmitters.

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