Kuno Kim joined Iriver as chief operating officer in 2007 and was named president in 2008.
Tim Bealor takes over the sales duties from Debra Huttenburg who has left the company to take a position at Panduit.
Mike Thompson, Lori Varela and Hazel Huertas join the company, and Ralph Maldonado is promoted to CIO.
Pete Milbery was previously western regional sales manager of Neutrik USA.
Three top radio execs joins the association board.
Jay Blout's territory includes Texas, Florida, Upstate New York and much of the Northern Central States.
Alton L. Adams is named the executive vice president, chief marketing officer, and Robert F. Henrick is named the executive vice president, customer solutions.
Mitchell Goldstein will oversee financial, administrative and strategic change activities at the company.
Darcey Meddings previously worked for HME's Communications Systems Division.
Adelstein is currently a commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission, where he has served since 2002, and was confirmed to a second term in 2004.
Dan Dickey will responsible for all day-to-day operations of the company.
The award will be presented during the All Industry Opening Keynote on April 20.
In this role, Federico d'Avis will coordinate all of the company's sales in the region for television, radio and Mobile Media antenna systems.
Carlos A. Henao will serve as the company's US regional sales account representative where he will identify sales opportunities, assist customers with product selection, and guide them through all aspects of the sales transaction.
Ron Yurman joins the RF system integrator as senior vice president - service division after previously working as the president of Short Hills Media Group.
John Kaufman will be responsible for increasing the company's key capability for revenue management using his experience in doing the same in the hotel industry.
The company creates new executive VP positions.
Williams most recently was with Rupert Neve Designs.
Sam Lane was the owner of RF Specialties of California and co‐owner of RF Specialties of Washington.
Dalet expands its U.S. presence with Kim Murphy Thomas heading a new Los Angeles team.
The awards, first established in 1959, are given to individuals for their significant contributions which have advanced the state of the art of broadcast engineering.
Mark Miller will spearhead audio sales, design, training, and systems integration.
Jeff McNall is the new manager of national sales and market development, and Andrew Hutton and Mark Handa join R&D.
Michael Hurwitz has worked in pro audio and retail sales for many years, in addition to being a studio musician.
Peter Harrison has worked in broadcast since the 1970s when he joined the UK ITV company Border TV.
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