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HHB Expands Technical Support Team
Consistent with a policy of providing industry-leading levels of technical support to its customers, HHB Communications has announced the appointment of Jonathan Darby (pictured) as product support specialist. Like many others in the HHB team, the 36 year-old broadcast and media professional brings with him plenty of real-world experience in this case gained at post-production facilities in London, Dublin and New York where Darby honed his specialist skills in production, Pro Tools HD, Avid, Final Cut Pro, video and audio encoding and digital hardware.
Jonathan arrives at HHB at an exciting time, with the London-based pro audio supplier playing a pivotal role in advising and equipping broadcasters (and post facilities via its Soho division Scrub) for the move to multichannel audio formats necessitated by the HDTV. Furthermore, HHB's recent appointment as UK distributor of Wohler rack-mount monitoring systems, alongside existing roles as a leading supplier of Pro Tools systems and UK distributor of Dolby professional audio products, looks set to ensure a busy life for the new recruit.
"I've known HHB for a long time as a customer," comments Darby, "and have always been impressed with the service culture and depth of technical knowledge that runs throughout the company. Now I'm looking forward to adding my experience to the mix, providing product support to HHB¹s many broadcast and post customers."
Commenting on behalf of HHB, sales director Steve Angel says: "Nothing beats actual industry experience when it comes to understanding the needs of our customers. Almost twenty years working in broadcast and post combined with training by the BBC and Digidesign make Jonathan an ideal candidate for Product Support Specialist and we¹re happy to welcome him to the team here at HHB."
19th May 2010
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