Jimmy W. Hayes began working for Cox in 1980. James C. Kennedy remains chairman
Jim Latimer returns after a two-year stint away from Symetrix, which included time with speaker manufacturer Adam Audio.
Brian Lindemann has held positions with Rockwell Collins and Honeywell, and he holds six patents.
The renowned sportscaster will receive the award at the 2009 NAB Show Radio Luncheon.
Chris Lordots previously worked for Gepco and Switchcraft.
In a newly created position, Rick Greenhut will work with stations to upgrade to digital HD Radio technology.
Michael Kropp has worked in radio for more than 15 years and has network and media research experience.
Christina Vergara takes on the duties of director of convention education, and Bob Sitrick will be the executive producer for the NAB Show Content Theater.
Neil Sweeney previously worked as the director of business development and strategy at Canwest.
T.J. Lambert most recently the SVP affiliate relations at ABC Radio Networks.
Three people join the staffs at RadioTraffic.com, RadioTextMessages.com and RadioWeather.com.
Tamer Elsawah will oversee technical developments relating to the improvements, design, testing and manufacturing of Altinex products and services.
Phil Antonson joins Wideorbit after 16 years with Management Science Associates.
As the company expands and settles into its new facility, it adds to its sales, engineering and support departments.
Doug Raines joins the company after working with RadioTraffic.com and RadioWeather.com
Trevor Spielmann joins Klotz from joins Klotz from DVC, Digitalvideo Computing, where he served as sales manager
Malachy O'Dolan joins APT after positions with the BBC, RTE and the Sydney Opera House.
James Cowan worked for Neutrik for 20 years. He was 52.
Scott Slocum previously worked for Turnkey Media Systems, OMT Technologies and Computer Concepts.
The Whizbang Pow Wow offers timely advice to technology providers.
Marcel Van der Meijs joins Barix with more than 20 years of experience in international sales and marketing in the security and network industry.
Rod Sherwood becomes the president of Westwood One, Gary Schonfeld is named president, of the Network Division, and Steven Kalin is promoted to president of Metro Networks Traffic Division.
Some of the recruits join Prism from Sadie, while others are new hires.
Rick Voepel joins as repair supervisor and Doug Koehn joins as RF training manager.
Jim Chadwick and Gary Hazard will contribute to the design, development and testing of the company's antennas, transmission line, and RF combiner systems.
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