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Anchor Bay Technologies, a supplier of video processing semiconductors (ASICs) and systems, today announced the appointment of John Glass to the position of vice president of marketing and business development. In this role, Glass will be in charge of defining and positioning Anchor Bay’s advanced video processing systems and semiconductor products, and will be responsible for the company’s market positioning, distribution strategy, and product management. Glass comes to Anchor Bay from Core Networks, Inc., where he served as vice president of marketing and business development. He will be based in Campbell, Calif., and report to Craig Soderquist.
D&M Holdings Inc., the company that owns Denon, Marantz, McIntosh Laboratory, Boston Acoustics and others, announced that Frank Sadowski joins as executive vice president of business development. In this newly created position Sadowski will play a strategic role in identifying business directions and product strategies. Sadowski most recently served as vice president of global CE vendor management at Amazon.com, the leading global e-commerce retailer. Replacing him at Amazon is Paul Ryder.
Snap AV announced that Bill Harrell has joined the company as Vice President of Sales. Harrell will be responsible for the company’s overall sales strategy. Harrell comes to Snap AV with over 20 years in the consumer electronics industry, including over 12 years at Klipsch Group, Inc. where he held positions of National Sales Manager for the specialty retail and contractor business and Vice President of Jamo U.S.