RCS Grows To Meet Client Needs

RCS Grows To Meet Client Needs
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RCS has appointed new personnel in order to expand its broadcast software capabilities and Internet services. Many employees are new hires, while several have been promoted to meet the needs of the RCS growing client base.
Paul McKnight is now vice president of client services. He supervises the twelve support technicians in the U.S. office.
McKnight was responsible for founding the Canadian office in 1992. Under his supervision it grew from four clients to more than two hundred before relocating to the U.S. in 1998.
Jim Colley becomes sales and marketing manager for the RCS Radio Division. He joined RCS as a regional Sales and Marketing Manager in 1993.
Criss Onan is now the sales and marketing manager for the non-station radio side of RCS, which includes Internet, television, corporate radio and military accounts. He joined RCS as a regional sales and marketing manager in 1997.
The corporate communications market sales consultant is now Lisa Mattis. The position provides in-house corporate radio for retail or internal business environments as well as providing complete stations as an audio supplement to a commercial Web site.

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