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DK-Technologies Appoints Peter Harrison
Copenhagen, Denmark - Feb 13, 2009 - DK-Technologies has appointed Peter Harrison to the position of regional sales manager, with particular responsibility for the U.S. and the Far East. Harrison has worked in broadcast since the 1970s when he joined the UK ITV company Border TV, leaving some years later as a sound supervisor. His broadcast operational experience is set against his pure engineering background, which was exploited fully when joining the Rupert Neve-founded mixer company in 1980. There he commissioned audio and broadcast equipment in studios and OB trucks all over the world.
His commercial background was later broadened by some years with Amek, founding its broadcast division, and ultimately leaving in 1997 as director of engineering.
After some years of self employed consultancy in the areas of design, authoring and engineering, he joined Calrec Audio in 2004 as U.S. regional sales manager.
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