03.10.2005 08:00 AM
Crispin appoints Mood, Valinski to new posts

Crispin, a broadcast automation software and equipment vendor, has made two key personnel moves, naming a new chief technology officer and director of business development.

Rodney Mood has been appointed to chief technology officer. Mood, 36, has 14 years of professional information technology and management experience in the software industry. Most recently, he was an information systems consultant at Mosaic Technology Consulting.

The company has also appointed Bob Valinski as director of business development. Valinski, 44, has 23 years of senior-level broadcast news and automation experience.

Valinski will be based out of Crispin's New Jersey sales office.

For more information, visit booth SU9717 or go to www.crispincorp.com.

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