Cleveland, OH (August 28, 2006)–Telos Systems announced the appointment of Kenneth Skok to the newly created position of western region applications engineer, Kirk Harnack to director of international business development, and Marc Johnson to the newly created position of eastern region applications engineer.
Skok’s position is part of an extensive corporate effort designed to superserve existing customers and build new client relationships. A dynamic professional with over 15 years of accomplishments in various aspects of technical operations, Skok possesses an impressive background that encompasses problem solving, vendor relations, training, new business development, and technical sales. Most recently a sales representative for Broadcasters General Store, he has held technical and managerial positions with AMFM Inc., Chancellor Media Corporation and Entercom, as well as Gillen Broadcasting and Magrill Engineering.
Harnack’s position is part of a corporate expansion and restructuring designed to accommodate the company’s dramatic International and domestic growth, at the same time building deeper client relationships. Since joining Telos in 2001, he has served as U.S. director of sales since 2003, where his wealth of broadcast, technical, and managerial experience has helped solidify the company’s leadership position in the broadcast field. Prior to that, Harnack’s two decades of engineering experience included positions as VP of engineering for Scott Studios Corporation, director of engineering for Delta Radio, Inc., and director of engineering for South Seas Broadcasting, Inc.
Telos has experienced dramatic growth both domestically and internationally; Johnson’s new position is part of an extensive corporate expansion/re-structuring designed to help keep pace with this growth. Earlier this year, Johnson became application engineer for Axia Audio, the networked-audio division of Telos Systems. His new position makes him part of the sales support process for Telos and Omnia as well, with direct involvement in product demonstrations, training, and trade show events. He will also provide product support services throughout the eastern U.S.
Axia, a Telos company