Ibiquity Add Dadian as Broadcast Sales Manager


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Columbia, MD - Apr 16, 2007 - Ibiquity Digital has hired Paul Dadian as broadcast sales manager. Dadian will work with mid-tier groups and independent station owners as they upgrade to the HD Radio system. He is the third new hire by the Ibiquity broadcast team in the past six months.

Dadian will report to Scott Stull, vice president of business development. Dadian will work to extend the reach of HD Radio technology, overseeing Ibiquity's new incentive program that was announced in February and targets mid-tier broadcasters and mid-sized markets.

Most recently, Dadian was the broadcast sales supervisor at Harris where he oversaw Harris' National Broadcast Call Center in Mason, OH. He also managed national mid-market accounts for Harris where, among his other responsibilities, he coordinated HD Radio training seminars. Previously, he was a business partner at Rcartz, a sports production TV company supplying utility vehicles and personnel to TV and radio networks throughout North America. Dadian began his tech career at CC Electro Sales where he worked as a manufacturer representative.



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