Radio Industry Veterans Join Nautel

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Hackett's Cove, NS, and Bangor, ME - Oct 8, 2008 - Nautel has added several radio veterans to its sales and engineering teams. John Bisset and Ellis Terry have joined Nautel in sales positions, and Steve Schmitt has joined in a sales engineering role. Between them they have a combined experience of more than 70 years.

John Bisset, who was awarded the SBE Educator of the Year recognition in 2007, has worked as a chief engineer, contract engineer, and sales engineer with companies including Harris and Broadcast Electronics. His new role at Nautel will be regional sales manager, Europe and Southern Africa.

Ellis Terry joins Nautel as the western US regional sales manager. He has held senior sales roles at BE and Harris, as well as a number of chief engineering positions in the United States. Ellis joins the rest of Nautel's seasoned US sales team including Jeff Welton, central region sales; Gary Liebisch, eastern region sales; and Gary Manteuffel, director of national accounts.

Steve Schmitt has joined the company in the role of sales engineer. Schmitt previously held a similar position at Broadcast Electronics and his background includes considerable experience in customer service at both BE and Harris. He will be responsible for developing integrated solutions for Nautel's growing worldwide base of customers.

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