The faces will be familiar, but the roles are changing. TelVue is re-organizing the distribution of responsibilities around the company to better reflect the ever-changing demands of developing new products and services. To summarize:
Dan Joworisak has been promoted to Controller, while also holding the positions of Treasurer and Secretary. This is in recognition of Dan’s skills in handling TelVue’s business processes and financial systems for years, and invests him with greater responsibility for the overall financial direction of the company.
Chris Perry is now TelVue’s Director, Broadcast Product Management – a leading role in envisioning and implementing the roadmap for the development of TelVue Broadcast products. Chris has years of experience in Pro and PEG broadcast. In his previous position as Director of Systems Engineering, Chris learned first-hand about the requirements of TelVue customers, and looks forward to incorporating that feedback into future product features.
Matt Christy, who joined the company as a Systems Engineer, moves to Product Manager – Pro Broadcast. Our Pro market customers including Cable and Telco operators use the HyperCaster, ProVue and AdCaster systems, and Matt’s experience in integrating and designing these systems is a great resource for this market.
Ben Liu has long been leading the charge on the development of TelVue’s cloud services, and his promotion to Director of Cloud Development is a natural extension of those responsibilities. TelVue’s cloud services – Connect, CloudCast- are key to giving TelVue customers access to the latest in online, streaming, and Over The Top (OTT) video technologies.
Matt Smith knows all there is to know about what makes a HyperCaster work. Matt has been named Director of Broadcast Development to lead the development of TelVue’s flagship broadcast server to keep up with the evolution of broadcast technology, as well as add more and better features to future versions of the broadcast server.
Kevin Miscia has been promoted to Senior Web Apps Developer. Kevin was previously lead developer on the AdCaster as well as the Princeton and HyperCaster web applications. He has transitioned into the Cloud team, and brings with him years of broadcast workflow experience.
Stephen Pasich becomes TelVue’s Principal Engineer Real-Time Development. Stephen drove the development of the ProVue IP decoder, which has become such an essential part of the HyperCaster system.
Chris Garrett, whom some TelVue customers might recognize as a voice on the other end of a tech support call, has done such a good job of it that he is now Manager of the TechOps team.
Please also welcome two new members of the TelVue team: Ryan Mulvaney is the TelVue Product Training Specialist, and Lauren Caputo joins TelVue as Sales Coordinator.
Our customers may not know many of TelVue’s behind-the-scenes personnel, and may not even notice any difference in the way TelVue works. But we expect this re-organization, like any good workflow improvement, will strengthen our ability to keep our products and services at the leading edge of broadcast technology.