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MusicMaster Adds Staff
Brookfield, WI - MusicMaster (http://www.musicmaster.com) announced today the addition of three new team members, including an award-winning Florida radio program director, a longtime Las Vegas corporate director of digital technology, and a senior accountant.
Joining the company as a Music Scheduling Consultant is former JVC PD Dave Tyler, an entertaining voice on Florida radio for over 25 years. Tyler says, "I have been with WTRS alone for 16 years and there are few gigs that could entice me away from my JVC Broadcasting family, but this is one that checked every box on my wish list, the most important of which is the chance to work with Joe Knapp, whom I've known and admired for a long time.”
Longtime digital technology expert, Jeff Schroeder joins the MusicMaster team as Senior Technical Consultant for onsite installation, technical documentation, and automation interface expertise. Jeff shared, “I've known Joe Knapp and CTO Scott Wirt for almost 20 years, and I’ve been a fan of MusicMaster since then. I couldn't be more thrilled at the opportunity to work with them and the amazing team they've put together.”
Additionally, Lorie Robers joins the corporate office as Senior Accountant. Lorie brings years of accounting experience to the international business offices of MusicMaster. Robers says, “I’m happy to be working with VP/Finance, Susan Averbeck. Joining an exciting, growing company like MusicMaster will allow me to utilize my talents and expertise.”
President and founder Joe Knapp, adds, "The exponential growth of this company has filled me with overwhelming pride and joy. It still blows my mind that the simple music scheduling program I created over thirty years ago evolved into this huge global company with thousands of MusicMaster users in every variety of entertainment platforms across dozens of countries around the world."
Knapp founded MusicMaster in 1983 and continues to be the world’s largest Windows-based music scheduling software for media outlets including radio and television stations.
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