08.19.2002 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Harris hires International sales director

Richard Frank has been appointed director of International sales for Harris Broadcast Communications. Frank will report to Jay Batista, vice president of Harris Broadcast Communications worldwide sales and marketing.

Frank joins Harris after a long career in international sales and marketing, most recently at R.A. Jones and Company as director of international business. Previously he worked for Cincinnati Milacron as director of international sales Latin America and Asia, on an offshore assignment with the Ferromatik Milacron subsidiary as director of marketing and sales­ Europe, and then as managing director of ­Latin America for Cincinnati Milacron.

Frank holds a BA degree in Economic History from the University of Maryland and an MBA degree in International Business from The American Graduate School of International Management, Glendale Arizona.

Reporting directly to Frank will be Nick Cockram, director of­ EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) sales; Ji Shun Mei, director of ­Asia-Pacific sales; Nahuel Villegas, director of ­Latin America sales; Nadra Newash, international business development administrator; David Poling, international sales coordinator; Anand Kurup, international studio sales specialist; William Lam, director of business development ­Asia-Pacific; and Thomas Ritz, director of business development ­EMEA.

For more information, visit www.harris.com.

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