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Broadcast Networks Appoints New Technical Staff
Alton, UK - Jan 2, 2014 - Systems integrator Broadcast Networks has appointed five key members to its technical team. Peter Timmons, Francis Lea, Ben Curtis, Nick Petty and Philip Walters have all joined the company from Sony Professional Solutions Europe where they worked closely with Malcolm Robinson, Broadcast Networks' recently appointed director - media and broadcast solutions.
Solutions Architect Peter Timmons has worked for Sony, Harris, Zandar Technologies and BAE Systems.
Proposal Bid Manager Francis Lea will be looking after outside broadcast vehicle tenders and opportunities.
While at Sony, broadcast engineer Ben Curtis worked on numerous high-profile projects, including relocating and commissioning a new headquarters for QVC and upgrading the broadcast capabilities at the Parliament Building in the Hague.
Senior 3D Design Engineers Nick Petty and Philip Walters have joined the Broadcast Networks' Design office where they are adding their design expertise to Broadcast Networks projects.
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