IDC Names VP of Sales, Marketing


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Ottawa, Canada - Sep 28, 2006 - Edward DiCarlo has joined International Datacasting Corporation (IDC) as the vice president of sales and marketing. DiCarlo will oversee the sales, marketing and new product/service development for IDC worldwide.

DiCarlo has served in various senior level positions at Loral Skynet and Loral Cyberstar, including vice president general manager marketing and product management, vice president general manager for Latin America and vice president Europe. In these roles he was instrumental in opening and operating sales regions, closing acquisitions, and developing a suite of satellite-based IP and managed data network products. Prior to joining Loral, he was the director of marketing for CBS (Westinghouse) where he was responsible for domestic and international marketing and sales of satellite networks, as well as strategic alliances.

DiCarlo has an engineering degree from Capitol College and an MBA from the University of Baltimore. He has also participated in the Executive Education program at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.



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