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News Release

For Immediate Release

Iroquois, ON, Canada – October 21, 2009 – Ross Video announces the appointment of Mark Sharp, as Regional Sales Manager for Mid-Atlantic USA.

Mr. Sharp will report to Kyle Luther, National Sales Manager – USA. He will be responsible for managing Ross Video sales in Washington D.C., Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina.

“Mark is bringing over 20 years experience with him to Ross Video,” said Kyle Luther, National Sales Manager – USA. “His Live Production workflow knowledge and sales professionalism will make an immediate impact in his territory while expanding Ross’ presence in the U.S.”

Mr. Sharp joins the Ross sales team after working for Harris Corporation as Regional Sales Manager. Previous to Harris he worked at Pinnacle and Thomson Grass Valley. He has a BA in Communications (Radio/Television/Film) and History from Northern Illinois University in Dekalb, IL.

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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