Linear Acoustic’s new regional
office is housed in this building
in Beijing, China.Lancaster, PA (March 15, 2010)–Linear Acoustic is continuing its expansion into Asia with the opening of its new regional office in Beijing, China. In addition, the company has hired Daniel Wang (Wang Zherun) as director of business development, Asia.
“Linear Acoustic has had an incredible year assisting networks and TV stations around the world with the transition to digital television,” says Christina Carroll, senior vice president, global sales for Linear Acoustic. “Now, as Asian countries begin to focus on their own digital TV transition, we are excited to have a ‘home base’ in the region, led by Daniel, where customers will have access to our unparalleled experience, solutions and support that will make their switch easier than ever.”
Previously, Wang served as business development manager for digital entertainment company DTS. In addition, he also worked for China’s State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) as the department manager of the Academy of Broadcasting Science’s Hi-Tech Center. In his new position at Linear Acoustic, Wang will be located in Beijing and will travel to customers around the region, including Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, India, Thailand and the Philippines. Both potential and current customers in Asia will benefit from increased onsite technical and customer support, with services ranging from product recommendation to the design of customized loudness control solutions. Customers will also have direct access to Linear Acoustic technical seminars, product demonstrations and training facilitated by Wang.
“I am excited for this wonderful opportunity to assist in developing the vision and strategy for Linear Acoustic in the region,” says Wang. “Broadcasters in Asia are eager to purchase high-quality audio processing products that will be an asset to their stations during the digital television transition. With the increased visibility of the Linear Acoustic brand here in Beijing, there’s an enormous opportunity to be a major part of the movement in the area and to help broadcasters achieve stable, dynamic 5.1 surround sound for Asian audiences.”