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Campbell Resigns as President and CEO
Halifax, Nova Scotia (July 18, 2005)
Dave Grace, Chairman of Nautel’s Board of Directors, announced the resignation of President and CEO, Scott Campbell last week. Campbell is leaving for personal reasons after four years with Nautel. Grace will act as interim CEO while a search for a permanent replacement is conducted.
Grace served as Nautel’s President and CEO for over 25 years and has chaired Nautel’s Board of Directors since retiring in 2003. He oversees all company financial and operational matters and will continue in this role during the interim period.
The Board has a robust succession planning process in place and will accelerate the search for its new President and CEO.
Nautel launched sixteen new products over the last 12 months including several new HD Radio and DRM transmission systems for digital radio broadcasting. Nautel has also been leading the way on cutting edge broadcast technologies such as digital adaptive pre-correction for IBOC operation.
“Nautel is in excellent shape with significant momentum due in large part to Campbell’s forceful leadership,” said Grace. “We have a clear strategy that has us well positioned for future growth. Continuing his focus on execution is my top priority.”
Nautel has earned an international reputation as a leader in the design and manufacturing of exclusively solid state radio transmitters. Since 1969, customers have put Nautel’s transmitters in the field for AM broadcast, FM broadcast, and navigation assistance applications. Nautel products can be found in more than 160 countries, on every continent, and in climates ranging from arctic, to desert, to jungle.
Nautel is a licensed manufacturer of HD Radio transmission equipment and is an active member of the DRM Consortium.
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