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FBT Audio UK, a subsidiary of Italian loudspeaker firm FBT Elettronica, has handed the business development manager role to Kevin McNally.
A new IBC 2014 panel session will bring together women and associations from across the sector for a series of discussions and networking lunch.
The following is part of the series, On Tour with Massive Attack, which sees Robb Allan share his perspective as a touring engineer and Avid live sound team member.
Renkus-Heinz has hired Roscoe Anthony as its new president, who joins the manufacturer during what it says is "a period of unprecedented growth for the company."
Acoustic consultant and design company Veale Associates has successfully updated the British Forces Broadcast Service's (BFBS) studio facilities in Buckinghamshire.
Sennheiser has formed a partnership with Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City, which will see the installation of its audio products in both shopping centres.
Long-standing Primavera festival audio provider Twin Cam Audio specified L-Acoustics systems for five of the event's seven stages this year.
FBT Audio UK is set to debut a plethora of new pro audio products at PRO 2014, which takes place from September 13th-15th at Birmingham NEC.
UK broadcast systems integrator and manufacturer TSL's managing director, David Phillips, has left the company after almost ten years in charge.
Now that it's the month of the second Pro Sound Awards, we thought we'd catch up with past winner Toby Alington to get his thoughts on the event.
Professional audio distributor Audiologic has appointed former Sennheiser man Dave Smith as business development manager.
Paul Weller’s Black Barn Recording Studios in Surrey, UK has upgraded its recording facilities with a number of new Tascam products.
Italian broadcaster Radio Italia has taken delivery of 72 Outline Mantas speakers for pre-match entertainment at Stadio Olimpico – the home of AS Roma football club.
Abbey Road has penned a long-term deal with Chandler Limited, ensuring the continued development of their line of vintage recording equipment, Music Week says.