Matt Leland Joins Burk Technology as Director of Sales

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Littleton, MA - Aug 14, 2013 - Burk Technology has added Matt Leland to its sales team. Leland has more than 30 years of experience in broadcast manufacturing and technical sales and product design. As a broadcast industry veteran, he has extensive experience working with broadcasters to provide engineered solutions for their transmitter site challenges.

As director of sales for Burk Technology, Leland will be responsible for developing and executing Burk Technology's market development; sales and new business plans. From Burk's Littleton, MA, headquarters and his Maine office, he will work with the sales team to identify market opportunities, fulfill market needs, and ensure delivery of quality solutions. He will maintain strong working relationships with current customers and prospects.

Before joining Burk Technology, Leland was the national sales manager, radio products at SPX Communication Technology - Dielectric. He held that position since 2010. Before that he was the regional sales manger, radio for SPX starting in 1994. He has also worked for Howell / Shively Labs and Microwave Techniques.

Reach Matt Leland at 978-486-0086 x703 or via email at

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