Radiosophy Appoints Graber as President and CEO


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Bill Graber, Radiosophy's president and chief executive officer

North Sioux City, SD - Aug 23, 2002 - The board of directors of HD Radio receiver manufacturer Radiosophy has chosen William Graber to serve as the company's president and chief executive officer. Most recently, Graber was marketing director for the commercial division of Corporate Express, an international office supply company. Prior to that, Graber held marketing director positions with Direct Alliance and DBL Distributing, a national distributor of consumer electronics. Graber holds bachelors degrees in mathematics and education.

The Radiosophy board unanimously selected Bill Graber based on his previous track record with several large corporations that include Gateway and Corporate Express. During his 13-year tenure at Gateway, Graber held positions as convergence marketing manager, international marketing manager and director of marketing. He managed several emerging technology platforms including new computer technologies, digital television and broadband access. As part of the leadership team for Gateway Europe and Asia Pacific, Graber acquired extensive experience in both international marketing and direct marketing.




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