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Prism Sound Appoints New US Technical Support Specialist
Rockaway, NJ - Prism Media Products Inc. is pleased to announce expansion of its US operations with the appointment of Frank Oglethorpe as US Recording Sales and Technical Specialist.
Frank brings with him a vast amount of recording experience and strong practical knowledge of Prism Sound products. Formerly Technical Director of top UK rental house FX Rentals Ltd of London, Frank designed and built the Pro Tools-based multi-track recording capability for the music scores of the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy and many other major recording projects. He also worked at Air Recording Studios in London and Montserrat.
Frank's appointment meets an important need for Prism Sound customers in the United States where recording engineers routinely demand not only the best equipment, but also the best support. Now Prism customers in the US have access to someone who knows and understands the Prism Sound product line, on Eastern Standard Time.
Frank joins Prism Sound, however, as more than just a technical expert for the US - he has a tremendous network of contacts throughout the world that can provide extra help and advice when and where it may be needed to help solve customers' problems, thus providing better and more effective solutions for Prism end-users worldwide.
Janice Norton will continue to manage Prism Sound's US operations as US Sales Manager at the Prism Sound office in New Jersey, which remains the US headquarters. Tel. 973-983-9577, Fax 973-983-9588, email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Frank will be working out of a satellite office in Ohio and can be reached at 512-532-3540, email: email@example.com.
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