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QTV Appoints Bruce Levine New National Sales ManagerTo be responsible for raising the strategic level of QTV Sales and Marketing (November 04, 2004)
QTV, part of the Autocue Group, has today announced the appointment of Bruce Levine as National Sales Manager. Mr. Levine will be responsible for raising the strategic level of QTV Sales and Marketing activities, continuing nearly 50 years of prompting product and service excellence.
Mr. Levine brings with him over 20 years of broadcasting experience including Chyron and Pixel Power. During his 14 years at Chyron, Mr. Levine was responsible for the expansion and management of their first North American dealer network while also developing business relationships with major networks including CBS, NBC, FOX, ABC and CNN. In addition Mr. Levine has worked with various major broadcast groups such as Hearst-Argyle, Scripps Howard and Post-Newsweek.
Mr. Levine said of his new position ?Joining an organization so widely respected as QTV is a terrific opportunity. With products so widely in use and so well received by our broadcast partners, I'm confident the future is bright and look forward to contributing to the company's continued growth and success.
Richard Dukes, Executive Sales and Marketing Director for the Autocue Group stated: "Given the leadership role of QTV for prompting in the Americas over the past 50 years, it is QTV's mission to continue to provide superior innovation in its products as well as maintain the highest level of service to our dealers and broadcast customers. Bruce Levine's 20 year experience servicing the broadcast industry and its distributors will ensure that QTV continues to lead the way in prompting products and services for the next 50 years."
2005 marks QTV's 50th year in broadcasting and will prove to be one of its most innovative as new technologies will be introduced in early 2005 as part of QTV's golden anniversary celebration. QTV will continue to lead in providing the most innovative Teleprompters as well as multi-user prompting software. QTV's range of products currently include prompting hardware, standalone prompting software, prompting interfaces for newsroom systems, single and multi-user scripting systems, networked prompting, database-driven production systems and client-server newsroom systems.
At NAB 2005, QTV's will be introducing ground-breaking new prompter technologies. These products will revolutionize the prompting industry just as the removal of paper prompting did 30 years ago and will continue QTV's legacy as the premier prompting pioneer. Featured at NAB 2005 will be the award-winning QScript scripting software that allows users to add annotations to the prompt output, restoring to anchors a tool, which many found very useful in the days of paper prompters.
Please contact Mr. Levine or any of your QTV support staff for more information on the QTV range of prompting solutions. QTV looks forward to serving our valued customers and strategic partners for the next 50 years.
For almost 50 years, QTV has been the worldwide leader in the design and supply of prompter systems for studio, newsroom, and field productions. Broadcasters, production professionals, government facilities and corporate producers all look to QTV for excellence in prompting.
For further information visit www.autocue.com.
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