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Shively Staff Additions and Promotion
Bridgton, ME - Sep 18, 2007 - Shively Labs has appointed Martyn Gregory as the company's vice president with overall responsibility for Shively's operations. Gregory comes to Shively from Crown Castle International Mobile Media where he was vice president-service delivery. Prior to that he held positions with Richland Towers. Before beginning his career with the British Broadcasting Corporation he earned a degree in applied physics and electronics from the University of Durham, Durham, UK.
Also a newcomer to Shively Labs is Kaushik Lodh who has been appointed director of engineering. Lodh is a graduate of the University of Mumbai, Mumbai, India, and holds a master of electrical engineering degree from Syracuse University. He has more than 10 years experience in RF and microwave engineering with a variety of companies and institutions.
David Allen, previously director of broadcast sales, has been promoted to vice president and chief operating officer of Howell Laboratories, the parent company of Shively Labs.
Bob Surette, Shively's longtime manager of RF engineering, has been promoted to director of sales engineering.
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