Supported By

Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance (PAMA) Names Board Of Directors

Group looking to expand market research, advocacy and networking programs

The Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance (PAMA) has named its board of directors.

John Falcone, president & CEO, Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, has been named PAMA president, while Thomas Hansen, vice president sales, Bosch Security Systems, has been chosen secretary-treasurer of PAMA.

The rest of the board includes Rachel Archibald, director of marketing, Meyer Sound; Mark Brunner, senior director, Global Brand Management, Shure; Joe Pham, president & CEO, QSC Audio; and Greg Pinto, vice president marketing, Audio Technica.

“The professional audio industry is fortunate to have an experienced group of executives leading the association,” PAMA Executive Director Duffy Wilbert, CTS, CAE. “Because of their volunteer efforts, PAMA is poised to conduct new qualitative and quantitative market research, increase advocacy on behalf of audio manufacturers and provide input to audio standards that are under review.”

PAMA will hold its next all-member meeting November 3, 2010, in San Francisco.

PAMA Website

Read More
Audix Announces Steve Johnson As Vice President Of Sales & Marketing

Supported By

The Better Way to Connect AV

Dante replaces point-to-point audio and video connections with easy-to-use, scalable, flexible networking. Adopted by hundreds of manufacturers in thousands of professional products, Dante is the de facto standard for modern AV connectivity.

Church Audio Tech Training Available Through Church Sound University. Find Out More!