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Digigram Adds Two Broadcast Specialists
Arlington, VA - May 3, 2007 - Digigram has added two members to its Digigram U.S. team. Eric Richardson joins as director of strategic marketing, while James Ohana takes on the role of solutions integration manager.
Richardson, a graduate of Dartmouth College and Berklee College of Music, has extensive experience in developing audio, TV and music technologies, starting in 1989 as an engineer for New England Digital. He has held key senior management positions at Fostex Research and Development, Infotech and Dalet Digital Media Systems, and is president of Futurewave, an AV/IT consultancy. Ohana is also a Dalet veteran, having begun his professional services career at Dalet in the Paris office in 1996. During his tenure, he managed and championed many Dalet customer deployments including ABC, NPR, Worldspace and XM Satellite Radio. He was also responsible for Dalet's most recent and largest radio installation to date at CBC Radio.
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