BSI Leadership to Change Hands
Eugene, OR - Feb 1, 2002 - Broadcast Software International (BSI) President Ron Burley has stepped down from the top position of the company he founded seven years ago. Succeeding Burley will be BSI vice president of operations, Chris Kehoe, who will hold the title of COO and general manager. Kehoe has been with the company for two-and-a-half years.
Burley launched BSI in Honolulu in 1994. The company has grown from a garage provider of shareware software into one of the leading developers of digital audio systems for the broadcast and entertainment industry worldwide. Burley stated that he plans to write books now that he has stepped down.
BSI is based in Eugene, OR, and is a subsidiary of Cumulus Media. The company offers digital audio software, broadcast systems and accessories.
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