Harris restructures broadcast division

Harris Corporation has restructured its Broadcast Communications Division to strategically align the Division's internal business unit structure with established and emerging customer markets.

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By  Vijaya Cherian Published  May 30, 2004

Harris Corporation has restructured its Broadcast Communications Division to strategically align the Division's internal business unit structure with established and emerging customer markets. "We have realigned our organisational structure to better serve our customers," said Jeremy Wensinger, president, Harris Broadcast Communications Division. "We now have a focused leadership team in each of our major business segments, and we will continue to develop solutions that help our customers improve operating efficiencies and quality." As part of this strategy, Jeremy C. Wensinger has been named president of the Broadcast Communications Division. In addition, Harris has announced the leadership team for five new business units: Broadcast Networking and Government Solutions, Europe Broadcast Systems, Television Broadcast Systems, Radio Broadcast Systems, and Broadcast Automation Solutions. Jim Denny has been promoted to vice president of Broadcast Networking and Government Solutions. This new business unit is responsible for product development, product management, manufacturing, sales and strategic marketing for the Intraplex and NetVX product lines. In addition, this new business unit will identify additional opportunities in commercial content distribution markets where mission-critical communications networks are needed, and will support the US government segment. David Stephenson joins the Broadcast Communications Division as vice president, Europe Broadcast Systems. Stephenson will be based at the company's operation in Huntingdon, UK. Europe Broadcast Systems is responsible for development, management, manufacturing, sales and strategic marketing in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) region for radio and television transmitters and related products, systems, and services. The business also will focus on increasing Harris' market share in other parts of the world where European-standard products are required. Others joining the league are Dale B. Mowry, new vice president of Television Broadcast Systems and Debra Huttenburg, vice president of Radio Broadcast Systems. Jim Woods will continue to serve as vice president of Broadcast Automation Solutions.

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