Orban/CRL Appoints Izen as Auducy Product Manager


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San Leandro, CA - Aug 22, 2001 – Orban/CRL, a manufacturer of audio processors and other digital audio systems for broadcasting and the Internet, has appointed Alyssa Izen as the new product manager for the company's digital audio workstation, Audicy.

Izen comes to Orban/CRL from MTVi's SonicNet.com, where she worked as the editorial production supervisor. While there, she evolved the company's news product into a full multimedia offering and initiated its pilot streaming media projects. She earlier worked as a producer with Ben Manilla Productions, assisting on such radio programs as House of Blues, Back to the Country, Rock On and Psi Factor. Izen has also worked as head sound mixer at San Francisco's Biscuits and Blues and as a freelance audio engineer throughout the Bay Area. Izen will report to Orban/CRL's senior product manager, Marty Acuff.

Introduced in 1997, more than 1,000 Audicy systems are in use around the world today.




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