Manhattan Center Studios Taps Harris GM/Video Post Production

New York, NY (April 26, 2006)--Manhattan Center Studios has appointed Ron Harris to the post of general manager/video post production. Manhattan Center has been well known for its Hammerstein Ballroom, Grand Ballroom, television and recording studios, but its Studio 9 post production suites, which complete the full-service package that Manhattan Center Studios offers, is now about to step out front and center.
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New York, NY (April 26, 2006)--Manhattan Center Studios has appointed Ron Harris to the post of general manager/video post production. Manhattan Center has been well known for its Hammerstein Ballroom, Grand Ballroom, television and recording studios, but its Studio 9 post production suites, which complete the full-service package that Manhattan Center Studios offers, is now about to step out front and center.

Harris, who comes to MCS with over 30 years experience in the field and numerous editing awards, brings a unique blend of production expertise and sales and management experience to the position.

"I'm excited to have the opportunity to help grow our video and audio post production divisions here at MCS," he declared. "Although we've always been known for our television stages and recording studios, we now have an excellent roster of editors and audio engineers to go along with our recently upgraded editing rooms in one all-inclusive mid-town location."

Prior to joining MCS, Harris was director of sales at Image Group Post/BLINK.fx, where his clients included MTV, VH1, Food Network, ESPN, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Rainbow Media, In demand and many others. He has done stints at Rhinoceros, Sleeveless, WNET Channel 13 and National Video Center, where he spent 24 years as the first senior online editor before moving into sales.

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