05.19.2006 12:00 AM
David Potter Joins National TeleConsultants
National TeleConsultants (NTC), an independent media systems consulting and engineering design services for the media and entertainment industry, has selected David Potter to join the company as a senior consultant. Potter brings 16 years of experience to the company in the field of management, design and implementation of enterprise systems with an emphasis on broadcast production systems. In his new role, he will specialize in solutions for file-based workflow and asset management in digital media production systems.

"We are very pleased that David has joined NTC," said senior vice president John Aalto. "His experience and abilities are an outstanding addition to NTC's dynamic and creative team as the broadcast television and media industries continue their transition to digital high definition television and other new forms of program production and delivery."

Potter comes to NTC from CNN, where he was a senior technology architect working on strategic technology planning. Prior to working for CNN, Potter was a project manager at Pinnacle Systems, where he was responsible for managing the company's largest-ever networked news project for CNN's New York-based networks and program teams. Other assignments included more than six years at Sony Systems Integration.

"... I am exceptionally pleased to have joined NTC, where I will have the opportunity to contribute toward enterprise-scale systems that address challenging problems," Potter said.

NTC specializes in strategic technology consulting, media-related facility design and engineering, and systems integration with offices in Los Angeles, New York, and Washington, D.C.

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