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06 l November 2012


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Riedel expands cruise ship team


Rik Hoerée joins the team to spearhead the sales effort


RIK HOERÉE has joined the Riedel Communications team as key account manager cruise ship


engineering. He is charged with spearheading the sales efforts in the cruise ship market for the entire Riedel range including intercom, fibre and audio solutions. “I’m looking


forward to developing new business opportunities for Riedel here in this market. From my past experience with Apex in Belgium and France, I have been familiar with the Riedel product portfolio for a long time. Riedel is one of the most forward-thinking manufacturers in this industry. I’m excited to be on-board,” he said. Hoerée has 19 years of sales experience in the pro audio and broadcast industry. He has spent the past 14 years as sales


& technical director at Apex BeNeLux and Apex France. Cruise ships are a relatively


new market for the German communications giant but, Riedel said, because of the long time-frames involved with specification, installation and completion of the comms systems on such large vessels, it was not possible to discusscurrent Riedel cruise ship projects at press time. www.riedel.net


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Dave Ball, Polar Audio


Michel Brouard, K-array


In a move to further broaden its scope in the


rental and installation sector, Polar Audio has appointed Dave Ball to the position of business development manager. He brings with him experience in the custom install market including time at LMC, KV2 and Midwich Home. www.polaraudio.co.uk


K-array has announced that Michel Brouard has


joined the company as corporate vice president of sales. In this role he will manage the Asian market. Brouard joins from L-Acoustics where he covered multiple roles; he has 16 years of experience in the speaker manufacturer sector. www.k-array.com


Music television specialist Geoff Foulkes is joining


London-based AV production Jatan Shah (left) andBarry Ferrell, QSC Audio Products Build-in Scalibility


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Geoff Foulkes, Richmond Studios Productions


house Richmond Studios Productions (RSP) as development producer. In this new role, he will be responsible for identifying production opportunities and strategic partnerships, overseeing the development of new projects, and building on RSP’s successes, producing award-winning soundtracks and live music content for


artists and broadcasters all over the globe. www.richmondstudios.com


QSC Audio Products has announced changes to its


executive team with the promotion of Jatan Shah to executive vice president, chief operating officer and the promotion of Barry Ferrell to vice president, cinema. In his new role, Shah will oversee the company’s finance, R&D, manufacturing, supply chain, IT, and legal functions. He joined QSC in 2010 and has served as chief financial officer and chief technology officer. Ferrell began his career at the company in 1990 as an applications engineer and was the first technical hire at the company in the sales and marketing department. After holding a number of different positions he assumed leadership of the Cinema Group at QSC in 2009. www.qsc.com


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