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DK-Audio Adds to U.S. Team
Copenhagen – March 22, 2004 - Danish manufacturer DK-Audio has
added to its sales team in the United States with the appointment of
David Hubble as area sales and support manager.
Hubble, who will be based in Oklahoma, began his broadcast career in TV production, working on news programming. He then moved into technical sales and spent some time working for a Missouri-based dealer selling broadcast equipment. In the late 1990s he joined manufacturer Videotek as regional sales manager before setting up as an independent contractor, supplying and installing non-linear and broadcast equipment to facilities all over the United States.
DK-Audio has also appointed Charlene Ambrosio as sales administrator in the U.S. Ambrosio, who previously worked in an administrative role as a medical billing company, is based at DK-Audio’s U.S. headquarters in Phoenix.
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