Continental Names Philips as Broadcast Product Line Manager
Dallas - Feb 27, 2007 - Continental Electronics has tapped Norman Philips to be its broadcast product line manager. Philips has been involved in broadcast engineering for more than 35 years.
Philips served as vice president and director of engineering for Susquehanna Radio until the company was purchased by Cumulus Media Partners in 2006. More recently, he served as vice president of engineering for Network Minded, a Dallas-based consulting firm. In his new position at Continental, Philips will be working with customers, internal company engineers and marketing.
Philips began his broadcast career as music director for a Kentucky radio station. Through a series of quick promotions, he moved up the engineering side. During his tenure as Susquehanna's director of technical operations, he directed the build of seven studio complexes in major markets including Atlanta, Denver, Kansas City, Houston and Phoenix. He also directed the planning and installation of five new AM and FM radio transmitter sites to increase signal strength in densely populated areas.
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