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News Release

For Immediate Release

Iroquois, ON, Canada – October 20, 2009 – Ross Video announces the appointment of Brian Olson, as Business Development Manager for XPression, Ross’ Real Time 2D/3D HD character generator.

Olson will be based in Nebraska and will report to Kyle Luther, National Sales Manager – USA. He will be responsible for supporting the XPression product line in the United States.

“Brian will work closely with Ross’ Regional Sales Managers and the XPression Product Manager, and will support our valued channel partners as we build the Ross brand in the Graphics marketplace,” said Kyle Luther, National Sales Manager – USA. “Brian’s expertise and proven results in the Graphics business are well known. We are very excited about having him play the lead business development role with our award winning XPression Character Generator.”

Mr. Olson joins Ross after working for Miranda Technologies as Director of Business Development. Previous to Miranda he worked for Pinnacle Systems as Product Specialist. He has a B.A. Degree in Communications (Broadcast Production) from the University of Nebraska in Omaha, NE.

About Ross Video

Ross Video designs, manufactures and supports a wide range of innovative products for use in live production applications. Ross’ award winning product line includes Vision, Vision Octane and CrossOver Video Production Switchers; openGear, RossGear and GearLite Terminal Equipment; SoftMetal Video Servers; OverDrive Production Control Systems and XPression Character Generators. Ross products are installed in over 100 countries around the world, where they are used daily by top broadcasters, production companies, sports stadiums, government agencies and houses of worship. News and information are available at


Ross Video Media Contact:

Sara Bell

Public Relations Coordinator

Tel: +1 613-652-3020

Fax: +1 613-652-4425


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