Joseph Electronics Hires McNall as Sales Engineer


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Niles, IL - Feb 11, 2014 - Joseph Electronics (JE) has hired Jeff McNall to be a sales engineer. McNall has 15 years of experience in operations, followed by another 15 years of experience in sales and marketing to broadcast clients.

McNall most recently served as vice president of sales for the Americas at TSL and as director of product line management at Wohler Technologies. He earlier worked with Dolby, where he launched Dolby 3D into more than 500 movie theatres around the world, and at Sony, where his responsibilities included marketing activities for remote monitoring systems. Before moving into sales, he held engineering roles at major market television stations and in live sports production, including a technical operations coordination role for the 1996 Olympic Games. McNall graduated from San Francisco State University with a bachelor of arts degree in radio and television.




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