EAW Taps Broderick

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LOUD Technologies has appointed Bernie Broderick as its technical training manager for the EAW brand. In this new position, Broderick will head internal as well as in-field training and education initiatives for all high-end sound reinforcement products in the LOUD family with a focus on the EAW brand. Broderick will report directly to LOUD's vice president of marketing and product development Ken Berger. He will be in charge of creating exciting, intuitive training curriculums to help contractors, technicians, reps and dealers understand the focus of EAW and its technologies.

"Bernie's significant experience and knowledge will be extremely beneficial as we continue to bring more advanced technologies to the professional audio market," commented Berger. "He has a proven ability to strategize and communicate cutting-edge concepts effectively and we couldn't' be more excited that he's agreed to join our team."

Broderick brings nearly 25 years of professional audio experience to EAW, working most recently as head of technical support for L-ACOUSTICS, where he was responsible for all training in the North American marketplace for V-DOSC, dVDOSC, KUDO and SOUNDVISION. Prior to joining LACOUSTICS, Broderick was with Adamson Systems Engineering out of Toronto, Canada.

"I have always been very interested in all aspects of the music industry and more specifically, loudspeakers and loudspeaker design," commented Broderick, My experience has given me a unique perspective on how people feel about a company and it's products. As such, I am extremely pleased join such an iconic team. EAW has always represented the pinnacle of innovation and I am proud to be joining such a respected group."

For more information, visit www.eaw.com.

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