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Professional Wireless Systems (PWS) Names Evan Hall As Project Manager
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Professional Wireless Systems (PWS), a Masque Sound company, has announced that Evan Hall has been hired as project manager, where he will oversee and coordinate frequencies for a variety of PWS events that require the expert frequency coordination and management needed in the current congested RF landscape.

Hall will also be an integral part of the development of future plans focusing on all PWS business divisions, including live events, music festivals, broadcast, design services, product manufacturing and business development. 

“Evan’s wealth of industry knowledge and experience in managing audio and wireless for large events will be a great asset to PWS,” states PWS general manager Jim Van Winkle. “Evan will be called upon to make a positive impact on our business, as well as help grow and maintain PWS’ standing as an industry leader. We are pleased to welcome him to the team.”

Hall brings more than 20 years of industry experience to PWS, having most recently worked for Funa International while holding the position of principle park-wide audio designer for a newly constructed theme park, Chimelong’s Ocean Kingdom, located on Henquin Island, China. Prior to that he spent nine years at LMG as audio manager, mixing engineer and touring audio crew chief for various artists, including Avril Lavigne, Rob Thomas, Jonas Brothers, Taylor Swift, and One Republic, as well as numerous corporate events for Fortune 500 companies. Earlier in his career, Hall spent five years as an audio engineer and designer with Walt Disney World Entertainment.

“I am excited to be joining the PWS team, and I look forward to working with the company on the upcoming line-up of high-profile summer events and design projects,” says Hall. “To play a role in PWS, a dynamic company immersed in such a diverse range of live events, design projects and product development, gives me the opportunity to continue working in an industry that I know and enjoy.”

Professional Wireless Systems
Masque Sound


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