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Tim Bealor Appointed Broadcast Electronics EVP Product Development
Quincy, IL - Aug 7, 2013 - Industry veteran Tim Bealor has been appointed executive vice president product development for Broadcast Electronics (BE). BE's senior executive will be in charge of the company's RF, Audio Vault, TRE, all other studio products and Studio Technical Services. He brings to the role more than three decades of leadership at BE and in the broadcast community.
Bealor began his career at Broadcast Electronics as a technician in 1975, and has served a variety of technical, support, product management, sales leadership and marketing positions with the company, most recently as vice president, business development.
Bealor attended Purdue University and served in the U.S. Navy. In 1977, he moved to Illinois with Broadcast Electronics from Maryland, where the company was founded.
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