New Assignments at Harris; Mowry to Focus on TV, Huttenburg on Radio

New Assignments at Harris; Mowry to Focus on TV, Huttenburg on Radio
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New Assignments at Harris; Mowry to Focus on TV, Huttenburg on Radio

Harris Corp. has posted several managers to new assignments in its Broadcast Communications Division. The changes were announced by the new president of the division, Jeremy Wensinger, recently named to replace Bruce Allan.
"We now have a focused leadership team in each of our major business segments, and we will continue to develop solutions that help our customers improve operating efficiencies and quality," Wensinger stated.
In recent financial quarters, Harris' broadcasting business has been down compared to comparable periods a year earlier. CEO Howard Lance has said Harris continues to be "very focused" on profitability improvement in its broadcast and microwave businesses.
The company announced heads of five new business units.
Dale Mowry becomes vice president of Television Broadcast Systems. He had been VP of transmission for Harris Broadcast Communications, a position in which he became familiar to U.S. radio broadcasters.
Debra Huttenburg, currently the VP of sales and marketing, becomes vice president of Radio Broadcast Systems, responsible for product development, product management, manufacturing, worldwide sales and strategic marketing for U.S.-standard radio products, as well as radio and television sales in the Caribbean, Latin America and the Asia-Pacific regions.
Jim Woods continues as vice president of Broadcast Automation Solutions in Sunnyvale, Calif.
Jim Denny was promoted to VP of Broadcast Networking and Government Solutions. Among the new unit's duties are the Intraplex and NetVX product lines. He is a past director of Intraplex Products and most recently was director of transmission programs, high-power radio and service.
David Stephenson joins as VP of Europe Broadcast Systems and will work in the U.K. He was vice president of strategic business development and marketing at Harris' RF Communications Division in Rochester, N.Y., and worked previously at Rohde & Schwarz.