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Clear-Com Names Boster as President
Alameda, CA - Jan 3, 2012 - Clear-Com named Bob Boster, previously vice president of worldwide sales, as the company's new president. Boster succeeds former President Matt Danilowicz, whose last day with Clear-Com was Dec. 31, 2011.
Boster will be based in the Clear-Com office in Alameda, CA, and will report to Mitzi Dominguez, president of HME, the parent of Clear-Com.
After joining Clear-Com in 2006, Boster advanced through the ranks to become vice president of worldwide sales, where he was responsible for all the company's worldwide sales activities. He has extensive experience in the television and radio broadcast markets.
efore joining Clear-Com, Boster held the position of vice president of sales for the Western U.S. region and Canada at Enco Systems. At Enco, Boster also held positions as product manager, general manager and managing director. Prior to Enco, Boster worked in software development at Orban.
Boster has a master's degree in electronic music and recording technology from Mills College in Oakland, CA, and a bachelor's degree in radio television and motion pictures/dramatic arts from the University of North Carolina.
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