Kneller Joins Nautel
Hackett's Cove, NS - Jul 30, 2009 - With more than 40 years of radio industry experience, Hal Kneller has joined Nautel in the position of market development manager. Kneller will be based in Punta Gorda, FL, and will manage the introduction of new products as a member of Nautel's sales and support organization.
Prior to joining Nautel, Kneller promoted HD Radio as director, international broadcast business development for Ibiquity Digital. Previously, at Harris, he held senior positions including digital radio business development manager, public radio initiatives manager and district sales manager. As with other members of Nautel's sales team Kneller brings years of hands-on radio engineering experience gained at WGCU, WGSM, WCTO, WPAT and five of his own stations. His relationship with Nautel also stretches back to his time as a station owner when he purchased a Nautel transmitter for WKII. Kneller has also been a long and active SBE member and has served on numerous digital radio committees for the NAB.
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