Linear Acoustic expands leadership team
WORLD: Linear Acoustic has expanded its leadership team with the appointment of Chris Shaw as VP of global sales, television, Martin Dyster as VP of business development/television, and the promotion of Dan Chuey to VP of engineering and production.
'With Chris, Martin and Dan on board, it should be obvious that we are growing in some exciting new directions,' commented Tim Carroll, founder of Linear Acoustic and CTO of the Telos Alliance. 'This also bolsters world-wide sales and support efforts for our already excellent product lineup, further demonstrating our commitment to the industry on a more global level.'
Mr Shaw joins Linear Acoustic from Cobalt Digital, where he first started as sales manager before progressing to the position of executive vice president of sales and marketing ? during which time the company reportedly tripled its sales. Prior to that, he spent eight years at Wohler Technologies as director of sales.
Mr Dyster joins the manufacturer with 'a solid technical knowledge base' and more than 28 years of experience. In his new role he will be responsible for expanding the company's audio-over-IP business. He moves to the position from TSL products, where he led the audio division to sustained growth. Prior to that, he was at sister company, TSL Systems, where he oversaw a number of high-profile TV broadcast infrastructure projects.
Mr Chuey started at Telos Systems as engineering director, before being promoted to VP of engineering and R&D of Linear Acoustic's umbrella company, the Telos Alliance, and subsequently VP of engineering, processing.