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Quincy, IL - Mar 4, 2008 - Broadcast Electronics has appointed Steve Burgess as studio/datacast systems sales manager. Burgess will oversee sales for BE Audiovault and The Radio Experience products for the southern U.S. and Alaska and several key broadcast accounts.

Burgess previously led the development, support and marketing of Arbitron's adQuincy, IL - Mar 4, 2008 - Broadcast Electronics has appointed Steve Burgess as studio/datacast systems sales manager. Burgess will oversee sales for BE Audiovault and The Radio Experience products for the southern U.S. and Alaska and several key broadcast accounts.

Burgess previously led the development, support and marketing of Arbitron's advertising agency software suite. He has 20-plus years in radio, including on-air, sales and management positions at stations in Tampa-St. Petersburg and Boston. He was the general manager, northeast region, at Tapscan in 1992.

Burgess will assist with studio and messagecasting needs for broadcasters in Alaska, Hawaii, California, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Washington, DC. He can be reached at the BE regional office in Kent Island, MD, at 443-289-2309 or by e-mail at sburgess@bdcast.com.




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