POP Sound Promotes Le Blanc to Exec Producer of Home Theater

Santa Monica, CA (September 20, 2006)--POP Sound has promoted Moksha Le Blanc to executive producer of home theater. Le Blanc has been a home theater producer with the audio post-production facility for the past 10 years.
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Santa Monica, CA (September 20, 2006)--POP Sound has promoted Moksha Le Blanc to executive producer of home theater. Le Blanc has been a home theater producer with the audio post-production facility for the past 10 years.

Le Blanc will oversee day-to-day activities for POP Sound's Home Theater Department, which provides multi-channel mixing, restoration, preservation, music mixing and mastering for DVD and other film, television and personal entertainment projects. Her responsibilities encompass producing, personnel and sales. She will report to managing director Ed Zeier.

"In this intense and evolving market, Moksha's experience, talent and tenacity are not only assets for POP but serve our clients well as she commands all of our resources to get the desired result," said Zeier. "Our clients appreciate that their work is done correctly, to their specifications and on time. She is highly respected by her staff, peers and our clients."

The demand to keep pace with constantly evolving audio technology makes Home Theater both a challenging and exhilarating environment in which to work, according to Le Blanc. "In this field, you learn something new everyday," she said. "We work very hard to keep pace with newly emerging tools and technologies. When one of us gains a new insight, it's shared with the entire staff. The communication within POP is a huge asset. There is so much talent here, it's truly an amazing environment. I'm so proud to be a part of and to help lead the POP team."

In her previous role, Le Blanc oversaw Home Theater projects for a number of studio clients, including LionsGate, Magnolia, Sony and MGM. Her projects include 11 recent and library titles for Lionsgate slated for release on the new Blu-ray DVD format. Many of those titles involved remixes in 6.1 surround sound format.

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