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Klotz Reorganizes Managers; Carey Upped, Esparolini Resigns

Klotz Reorganizes Managers; Carey Upped, Esparolini Resigns

Klotz Digital America is shuffling its American operations.
The company said the U.S. subsidiary of Klotz Digital AG in Atlanta would be unified under a new management team along with Graham Patten, a division it added last winter located in Grass Valley, Calif.
John A. Carey becomes president of Klotz Digital America. He had been VP of business development for the parent company.
Michael J. Hession, formerly an executive of Orban, becomes VP of finance for Klotz Digital America.
Earlier this month, Ramon Esparolini resigned from Klotz; he had been managing director and launched the U.S. operation. He told Radio World that he had accomplished what he was hired to do and was looking for new opportunities.
In a statement, the company said, “Centralizing American management will maximize Klotz Digital’s resources, reducing operating costs and thereby allowing Klotz to become more competitive in the broadcast market.”
A new headquarters in Campbell, Calif., will oversee operations on both coasts. The sales and engineering support facility in Atlanta will continue, the company said. But Graham Patten’s manufacturing facility will begin production of Klotz VADIS and DC II products for U.S. operations.