Doug Lung /
09.28.2007 12:00 AM
ION Makes Brett Jenkins Appointment
ION Media Networks, Inc. announced that it has appointed Brett Jenkins as director of technology strategy and development. ION has been actively involved in testing different mobile DTV proposed standards, and played a key role in testing a single frequency ATSC network in New York City. Brandon Burgess, CEO of ION Media Networks, explained, “We’re focused on developing new digital and mobile channels for ION’s expanding, quality content. Brett’s experience will help us fulfill our mission for exponential innovation and growth.”

David Glenn, president of engineering for ION Media Networks, commented, “I welcome Brett to the ION team and have the utmost confidence in his expertise and strategic insight. His addition solidifies our unique position in the digital and mobile spaces.”

Brett has more than a decade of engineering and business management experience. Readers may know him from his career at Thomson Broadcast and Multimedia, a.k.a. Thales, Thomcast and Comark. His most recent position there was that of TV Transmission U.S. product manager. Before that, he was vice president of engineering and business development, and has held other positions in engineering management at the company.

Brett Jenkins welcomed his new role, by saying, “ION has a great vision for digital and mobile television and I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to work at the forefront of these developing distribution channels. I am excited to be able to contribute my experience and further guide the company as it develops new technologies as part of its continued growth.”

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