Linear Acoustic Appoints Steven Glynn As Production Manager

LANCASTER, Pa. -- Jan. 14, 2008 -- Linear Acoustic, a manufacturer of customer-centric multichannel sound solutions for digital broadcast, today announced the appointment of Steven Glynn to the role of production manager. Glynn will be responsible for overseeing the company‘s manufacturing assurance program and the efficient manufacture and delivery of products in accordance with customer designs and expectations.

“We are committed to providing our clients with the best-possible solutions,” said Tim Carroll, president and founder of Linear Acoustic. “Steve is an experienced and energetic leader, and his success in managing human and material resources will help us stay true to that commitment as our customer base continues to grow. We‘re very pleased to welcome him to the company.”

Prior to joining Linear Acoustic, Glynn was materials manager for the CPET scanner manufacturing facility at Philips Medical Systems in Philadelphia, where he was directly responsible for all planning and materials procurement. He held a similar role at Schlumberger-Danyl in Moorestown, N.J., where he was responsible for the production of their industrial transaction recorders. Glynn also previously managed a contract assembly facility in the cable and wire harness industry at Simco, N.J. and has extensive experience in the metal fabrication industry.

“Linear Acoustic is a forward-thinking company that provides critical technologies for today‘s digital broadcast market,” said Glynn. “It is well-positioned to extend penetration of its products across the market, and I look forward to focusing my knowledge of high-tech manufacturing processes toward this goal.”

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About Linear Acoustic

Linear Acoustic provides innovative, customer-centric solutions for managing multichannel surround sound audio and loudness issues in digital broadcast. The company designs and manufactures the acclaimed AEROMAX™, StreamStacker™, and MetaMAX™ line of products, and licenses key technologies to OEM partners. It has been involved worldwide in projects with all major U.S. terrestrial networks, multiple local stations, and companies including Dolby Laboratories, Sirius Satellite Radio, Microsoft, HBO, Viacom (Showtime, MTV, etc.), Disney (ABC, ESPN), Sony Studios, and others. It is also actively involved in the ATSC, the NRSC, and other industry organizations, as well as being members of the AES, IEEE, and a sustaining member of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers. More information is available at