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WideOrbit Adds to Automation Sales and Support Teams
San Francisco - Jul 13, 2011 - WideOrbit has added three members to its radio automation support team and a new sales representative for the WO Automation for Radio product. The new support members were added since the first of the year.
Don Wakefield joined WideOrbit in January and serves as an implementation specialist for WO Automation for Radio. Wakefield joins WideOrbit from Yea Network where he was a member of the engineering team for the Kidd Kraddick in the Morning show. He has also served in the engineering team at Susquehanna Radio Corporation.
Barry Walters joined to WideOrbit in June as an implementation specialist from Wilkes Communications where he was chief engineer of the Denver cluster for 11 years. Walters also served as a contract engineer for several other stations in the Denver area. He has worked with WO Automation for Radio and SS32 for many years.
Korey Brooks returned to WideOrbit in February as a support specialist with several years of customer support experience.
John Hicks joined WideOrbit in June as an inside sales representative. Hicks has more than 20 years experience in radio automation sales with Google and Scott Studios.
All four new team members are located in WideOrbit's new office in Coppell, TX. WideOrbit recently signed a seven-year lease for the facility in suburban Dallas to house the radio automation sales and support teams.
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