Total Broadcast’s Andy Linton joins BW Broadcast

Total Broadcast’s Andy Linton is joining UK-based BW Broadcast as Encore Product Line Manager.

Scott Incz, MD of BW Broadcast had this to say: “I’ve known Andy a long time, and am delighted to have him on board. Using his vast product knowledge and feedback from customers he will ensure the Encore Range offers the customer unprecedented usability, and an individual style that sets them above all other products on the market. Because of Encore’s unique platform, it will be easy for us to continually add features, and develop new products. Andy’s on-going input will be vital.”

All these products will be being demonstrated by Andy at NAB in Las Vegas soon, including 2 new products, the DSPMpX Encore and the ModMon Encore.

Andy Linton says: “I’ve known many of the guys at BW for along time and have a lot of respect for their products. So when I was asked if I could add my expertise to their new range of products I didn’t hesitate. I’m really enjoying the free reign I’ve been given to make Encore ‘stand out’ from the crowd.

“I’m focussing on making all the products in the range have the same look and feel, to make them intuitive to use. It’s unusual to be able to work on a whole range of products at once, and I think that this is what will make the Encore Range very successful. User like familiarity, once they try an Encore product they will definitely want more!”

BW Broadcast design and manufacture FM Radio Broadcasting products used by stations worldwide.

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  1. Jeremy Lansman says

    I am so addicted to broadcasting, although it is late in my life, I am wasting what little brain capacity I have on contemplating building a digital H.F. broadcast station on our little, remote, S. African farm. Well, some rhombic poles are already up. This was once a shortwave religious station broadcast site.

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