BE Unites RF and Studio Sales


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Quincy, IL - Jan 5, 2007 - Broadcast Electronics (BE) has restructured its sales organization so that all BE regional sales managers will offer products from the BE studio and the RF product lines. The company has also appointed key personnel to account management roles and realigned geographic territories to better serve broadcasters. The key changes follow.

  • Jim Thomason will assume the role of regional sales manager for the Southeastern United States, including Georgia.
  • Kevin Haider has been promoted to senior regional sales manager for the Midwest.
  • John Bisset will add Washington, DC, to his territory as northeast regional sales manager.
  • Ellis Terry will retain his current territory as western regional sales manager, adding studio products to his existing RF product offerings.
  • Elliot Wesen will retain his territory as southwest regional sales manager, and will add studio products to his existing RF product offerings.



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