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Harman Professional Appoints Two Directors
Salt Lake City - Feb 19, 2014 - Harman Professional appointed Jay Woolley to director of marketing communications for its Amplifier and Signal Processing Business Units and Noel Larson to director of marketing for its Signal Processing Business Unit.
Woolley will drive marketing communications strategy for Harman's Crown Audio, BSS Audio, dbx, Lexicon, and DigiTech brands. He will now report to Marc Kellom, senior director of marketing and engineering for Harman's Amplifier Business Unit.
Most recently, Woolley served as director of marketing, Harman Signal Processing, and oversaw marketing for the related brands. Woolley has previously held senior marketing and brand management positions at Control4, provider of automation to homes and businesses, iBAHN, IP-based entertainment and information services for the hospitality market, as well as Wasatch Advisors, a mutual fund and asset management company.
Woolley holds a bachelors degree in international relations from Brigham Young University and an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management.
Larson will be responsible for marketing and product roadmaps for the BSS Audio, dbx, Lexicon and DigiTech brands. He will report to TJ Smith, senior director, Harman Signal Processing Business Unit.
Most recently, Larson served as market manager, portable pa, tour, and recording for Harman Signal Processing. In this role he managed product development, market strategy and social media for the dbx and Lexicon brands. He also previously held the position of director of business development for Musician's Friend.
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