General Cable Names Zajac Manager of Market Development

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Joe Zajac

Highland Heights, KY - Jul 26, 2010 - Joe Zajac has been named manager, market development, professional broadcast and commercial AV products for General Cable. In this role, Zajac will lead the market and business development efforts for the Gepco and Sheer Wire line of products.

Zajac joined Gepco in 1996 and has held the positions of engineering manager, field engineer and operations manager. For the last year, he has been manufacturing manager for Gepco products with responsibility of the fiber lab, and the assembly, rewind and shipping/receiving areas. Prior to joining Gepco, Zajac was managing engineer for 10 years at Columbia College Chicago, where he where he has also been a part-time instructor for the last 20 years.

Zajac holds a bachelor's degree in radio/sound from Columbia College Chicago. As a member of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), he participates in the society's Standards Committee and has served as editor of the Standard for Television-Hybrid Electrical and Fiber Optic Camera Cable (SMPTE 311M-2007). He has received certificates of appreciation from the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and the Engineer and Recording Society of Chicago (EARS).

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