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Wheatstone Appoints John Terrey as Sales Engineer
New Bern, NC - June 2, 2014 - John Terrey arrived at the Wheatstone factory this morning to begin his new duties as sales engineer for the company's line of TV audio consoles and network routing systems.
John joins Wheatstone with more than 30 years' experience in the broadcast industry, having worked in a wide variety of market segments, from test and measurement to live production, post-production and transmission. He recently served as vice president of sales for Wohler Technologies, overseeing the company's broadcast monitoring and captioning product lines, and has served in similar positions for PESA, Videotek, Philips TV Test Equipment, and Leader Instruments since the 1980s.
In his new position as the primary sales and consulting engineer of TV products for Wheatstone Corporation, John will direct the sales of the company’s line of new and existing TV audio consoles and routing systems.
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