12.15.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
CEI hires broadcast industry veterans

CEI (Communications Engineering Inc.), a broadcast and multimedia systems design and integration firm, has announced the addition of two senior managing engineers. Ken Miller and Vince Forcier, both veterans of the Washington D.C. post-production community, have now joined CEI's engineering team.

Miller has 30 years of industry experience, all in the Washington, D.C. market. He has worked in the region's top post-production facilities including Henninger Video, Discovery Communications, Capitol Video, Flite Three Studios, Tele-Color (Atlantic Video), and the Capitol Centre. Miller's accomplishments include designing the area's first telecine, integrating two-dozen Avid edit suites to support the launch of 10 networks at Discovery Communications, and managing the Capitol Centre's migration to a broadcast origination facility capable of producing 250 live events annually.

Forcier comes to CEI from Roland House, a production facility in Arlington, VA, where he was Vice President of Engineering. Under Forcier's management, Roland House became the first facility in the region to offer an all-digital edit suite. In 1999, he designed and integrated the area's first HD edit suite. During his 15 years in Washington, Forcier also held engineering positions at Capitol Video, and the Harriman Communications Center.

CEI has also added design engineers David Eisenberg and Tim Bailey. Systems Support Engineer Charlie Biggs was brought on to support clients' maintenance and service requirements.

For more information visit www.commeng.com.

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