Bob Pittman will oversee the company's global media properties, including broadcast, digital and mobile, syndication, media representation and outdoor.
Karlheinz Brandenburg, Ron Carter and Skip Pizzi are three of the presenters.
The society's fifth and sixth presidents are honored in the organization's awards program.
Jim Heminway will develop short-term and long-range growth strategies to target further growth through the development of innovative products and new business opportunities.
David B. Robbins succeeds Steve VanRoekel, who left the agency earlier this year for a post at the USAID.
Stefan Ledergerber is the new director research and development at the Lawo Group.
David G. Allen has been with Howell since 1982 in a variety of positions, most recently as vice president and chief operating officer.
Each year Beasley recognizes noteworthy achievements, operating success and contributions from Beasley employees and radio stations. Don Melnyk is the 2011 Engineer of the Year.
Ralph Hogan, CPBE DRB CBNT, is the president-elect of the SBE. The new board members will take office on Sept. 28, 2011, at the SBE National Meeting.
Jeff Wilson has more than 15 years of broadcast equipment experience as BE's service manager for digital products.
Christophe Mahoux joined Aeta in February 2010.
Hinkle joins Harris from Gardner Denver. He previously worked at Broadcast Electronics and Glenayre Electronics.
Moulic cofounded the company that became Sono-Mag.
Dunn will play Sept. 15 at the annual awards dinner.
Among the promotions: Jeff Littlejohn becomes executive vice president of engineering and systems integration.
Joy Whitlow moves up from controller, and Christopher Ornelas is promoted from executive VP and chief strategy officer.
Returning from semi-retirement, Bruno Hochstrasser has worked with Studer for 40 years.
Tom Beck spent 13 years as manager of sales operations and development/government sales manager for the broadcast equipment manufacturer.
Ballots have been mailed to voting members.
Jim Meleski retires as COO, and is replaced by by Kenny Brown, formerly the vice president of operations.
Brian Seeders, Blake Weber, Craig Bowman and Gale Parmelee all join the LDR effort.
Before joining Shure in 2008, William Chan spent three years with Oracle Systems Greater China.
The Audio Engineering Society is forming a search committee for his replacement.
Philippe Guichard will also lead the New York City-based support/demonstration facility.
Dennis Rund joined the Findlay stations in 1970.
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