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Media Distributors Expands Solutions Sales TeamFormer Avid, Creative Media Partners Sales Executives, Expand Leading Professional Video Services Team (January 20, 2010)
DMN Newswire--2010-1-20--Media Distributors, a leading provider of services, systems, and products for professional audio and video production, today announced that it has expanded its Technology and Solutions sales team at its Studio City, California office. The company has named Doug Cavaliere, formerly with Creative Media Partners, as Senior Sales Executive, Tim Lambert, formerly with Avid and the Discovery Network as Manager of Technical Operations and Brian Boring, formerly with Avid, as a Sales Consultant to the Company.
In a separate announcement today, Media Distributors announced that it has been named a full-line Avid reseller for Southern California. The new hires will bolster an already strong Technology and Solutions sales team for Media Distributors; Lambert was formerly the lead sales integration executive in Southern California for the Avid Unity(tm) storage product, and Boring handled high-visibility accounts for Avid in Southern California.
"Our new collaboration with Avid provides us with an arsenal of solutions for customers who are migrating to HD solutions, and we now have the strongest complement of sales engineers for this expanded portfolio of systems," said Richard Myerson, President of Media Distributors. "The addition of Doug, Tim and Brian reflect our ongoing development as a high-end integration and solutions partner for a wide range of broadcast, post-production, and digital media clients."
Media Distributors, now in its twelfth year, is the leading independent seller of recording media and film products, and has unveiled a suite of innovative products in the past year, including Constellation VCM(tm), a next-generation asset management system; Archive Station(tm), a remote workflow and archival solution, Polaris RAID(tm), the industry's most affordable RAID storage solution, Fusion Drive(tm), and Remote Station(tm), a remote editing facility-in-a-box solution.
"Last year, we undertook an aggressive stance to position our company for what we believed would be a recovery in the professional video market in 2010, and we have continued to attract premier sales talent for our expanding operations," said Steve Klein, founder and CEO of Media Distributors. "As a world-class service provider, our innovative solutions and development teams have demonstrated leadership in high-end video software and hardware installations, and we have added tremendous firepower to support our new Avid systems sales group."
ABOUT MEDIA DISTRIBUTORS
Since 1998, Media Distributors has become the nation's largest independent distributor of professional recording media products to the production, broadcast and entertainment industries. Supported by 85 full-time employees, it has earned this position by leveraging its numerous authorized dealer relationships to provide its customers with outstanding service, competitive pricing and a best in class branded product offering. The company offers a vast array of products, including professional videotape, motion picture film, data media, storage, video editing systems, rentals, software, disc duplication/publishing systems and media accessories. In addition, Media Distributors offers a number of value-added services, including product re-certification, recycling & disposal, custom barcoding, consultation and systems integration. Offices nationwide, including Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, San Diego, and San Francisco.
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