Orban Appoints David Rusch as Sales Manager, North America

Orban Labs has announced the appointment of David Rusch as Sales Manager, North America. Rusch will manage dealer relationships for Orban Labs throughout the US and Canada.
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Pennsauken, NJ – Orban Labs has announced the appointment of David Rusch as Sales Manager, North America. Rusch will manage dealer relationships for Orban Labs throughout the USA and Canada. Long-time Orban customers will recognize Rusch’s name. He had been Director of North American Sales and Marketing from 2002 – 2014. Between 2014 and early 2017, Rusch remained involved with Orban in an auxiliary role, working with the company on Canadian business as well as assisting with logistics for SBE meeting presentations. Rusch began his radio career in 1982 as an Account Executive for KLFF-AM/KMZK-FM in Phoenix, AZ. He also served in the same role for KORK-AM / KYRK-FM and KMTW-AM/ KKLZ-FM in Las Vegas, NV. Between 1993 and 2001, Rusch was VP of Syndication and Sales for SRN Broadcasting in Lake Bluff, IL, where he covered major sports events and produced sports and home improvement programming for radio and online entities. “We’re pleased to recognize David’s diligent efforts and contributions to Orban’s success with this promotion,” said David Day, Orban President. “His proficiency with the line and intimate knowledge of the market are well known throughout the industry. We look forward to working with him in a more comprehensive role that better suits his talents.” # # # About Orban: For over 45 years, Orban has set the benchmark for professional audio processing worldwide and continues to provide state-of-the-art audio solutions for live performance venues and content creators, as well as radio, TV and Internet broadcasters. Applications include audio processing, loudness measurement and control, multichannel surround audio and digital audio processing and monitoring for industry leaders including ABC, BBC, CBS, Disney, ESPN, FOX, iHeart, NBC, NHK and SKY. Orban Labs currently has offices in San Francisco, Phoenix and Stuttgart, Germany; its headquarters are located in Pennsauken, NJ right across the river from Philadelphia, PA. For more information on Orban, please visit our website www.orban.com, email us info@orban.com or phone us at 856-719-9900.

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