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News Release

For Immediate Release

Iroquois, ON, Canada – May 4, 2009 – Ross Video announces the appointment of Alan Bunting, as Regional Sales Manager for Central Europe.

Mr. Bunting will be based in the United Kingdom and will report to Sharon Quigley, Manager, International Sales – EAIME. He will be responsible for managing Ross Video sales in Central Europe with a strong focus on supporting the distribution channels in Central Europe.

“Alan is a great addition to the Ross Video Europe sales team,” said Sharon Quigley, Manager, International Sales – EAIME. “His enthusiasm and experience in the broadcast industry will have an immediate impact for Ross Video. “

“I am looking forward to working with the Ross Video team and distribution channels,” said Alan Bunting. “Ross Video is always growing and developing broadcast technologies for the market and I look forward to expanding their presence in Central Europe.”

Mr. Bunting has over 30 years sales experience in the broadcast industry managing, expanding, and increasing performance in distribution channels.

About Ross Video

Ross Video designs, manufactures and supports a wide range of innovative products for use in live production applications in over 100 countries. Over the past 15 years Ross has grown an average of 20% year over year and currently employs 300 incredibly talented people. Ross’ award winning product line includes Vision, CrossOver and Synergy Multi-Definition Video Production Switchers, openGear, RossGear and GearLite Terminal Equipment, SoftMetal Video Servers, OverDrive Production Control System and XPression Character Generator. 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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