10.15.2004 12:00 AM
ISIS Acquires Graham-Patten Systems from Klotz
ISIS Group recently acquired Graham-Patten Systems (GPS) from Klotz Digital America.

GPS is a manufacturer of post-production and television audio gear, and won an Emmy for its D/ESAM digital edit suite audio mixers.

The new ISIS Group division will continue developing the next generation of audio mixing, conversion and distribution products.

Steven Block CEO of ISIS--based in Grass Valley, Calif.--said that GPS employees would be able to keep their jobs.

"Our goal now is to return GPS to being a great supplier of audio equipment to the broadcast industry," said Block.


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