John Bisset, Ellis Terry and sales engineer Steve Schmitt join the transmitter manufacturer's team.
Phil Jost joins the company from Loud Technologies where he served as sales manager for the Midwest territory.
The change puts Allen & Heath, Calrec Audio, Denon DJ, Denon Professional and Marantz Professional brands under one banner.
Michael Bassik directed political advertising strategy at America Online during the 2000 and 2002 election cycles, and previously held positions at The New York Times, The White House and City Hall in New York.
Roger Cote will oversee sales management and customer service and relations, while also coordinating marketing of the company's antenna system product lines.
A 12-year Entercom veteran, Rick Rapalee has served in various capacities as engineer and chief engineer during his tenure with the company.
He will also serve as chairman of the board of the company, which was founded in 2005.
Cathy Kelly will be responsible for all domestic and international sales of Mojave Audio's product line.
Josh Zieman has 25 years of experience working for various record labels.
Brenda Burt will attend the NAB Radio Show in Austin where the company will demonstrate the latest version of its scheduling software.
Joe Meleski returns the ERI after working for Harris. He will lead ERI's structural and RF installation and field service organizations and provide technical sales support for structural products.
Christopher Currier joined Sennheiser in late 2004 as an accounts receivable associate and soon became the credit manager.
Seven employees of Beasley Broadcast Las Vegas also inducted into NBA Hall of Fame.
Peter Ferrara will become a strategic advisor as Diane Warren moves to president
Anthony Zammit is the sales and marketing support specialist-pro audio, and Dana Froula takes on the market development manager-pro audio role
Haley will discuss the digital opportunities that will promote the future expansion of radio
Daniel Shawgo takes over accounts in north Florida, and Eric Reese assumes the northern Illinois and eastern Wisconsin territories
Jay Tyler will oversee the sales team for Wheatstone, Audioarts Engineering, and Vorsis
Trent Wagner is upped to be a senior product manager, and Derrick Davis takes over Wagner's former role as marketing communications manager.
Jeff Goodman will manage Fairlight's existing U.S. sales force, and spearhead the continuing expansion of the brand domestically from the company's Southern California headquarters.
Romero will lead and manage the company's service and support teams based in the US and UK.
This year's honorees were presented at the company's annual gathering of general managers.
James Stewart has an extensive background as a senior business leader in technology product development, and previously served as vice president and general manager at Hewlett-Packard's specialty printing unit.
Adelstein is expected to address a number of regulatory issues facing radio broadcasters, including the FCC's localism proceeding, HD Radio and low-power FM
Howard Mullinack joins Wheatstone from SAS
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