01 February, 2007, Cleveland Ohio, USA
With over 400 radio studios now on the air using IP-Audio networks, Axia Audio has become one of the fastest-growing companies in the broadcast audio industry. So, to keep delivering the high level of service and support our clients have come to expect, we’ve expanded our Customer Support department with the addition of Milos Nemcik.
Milos brings to Axia a number of years’ experience in the broadcast industry, both directly and as a contract engineer. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, has occupied engineering posts at KCRW-FM, Santa Monica, and KPBS-FM, San Diego, and has served as Chief Engineer at KCPR-FM, San Luis Obispo, and most recently at Clear Channel’s Central Coast, California cluster where he was responsible for the operation of eight radio stations.
“I first saw Axia at NAB a couple of years back, and just loved it,” says Milos. “IP is everywhere these days – banking, business, telephones, television – so why not radio? Once I found out about what Axia could do, I said to myself ‘I’m done with analog.’ The flexibility of Axia makes perfect sense for where radio is headed, and I’m glad to be joining the team.”
“We’re lucky to have Milos on board,” comments Axia vice president Marty Sacks. “He loves radio, and he really ‘gets’ the technology of IP-Audio. I think our clients will really appreciate the insightfulness and real-world experience he brings to the Axia family.”
Milos will join the Axia Customer Support team on February 12th, 2007, working from his West Coast office in San Luis Obispo. He can be reached by calling Axia at +1-216-241-7225, or by emailing himhere.
This press-ready photo of Milos Nemcik can be downloaded from the Axia picture gallery atwww.AxiaAudio.com/pix.
Axia, a Telos company, builds Ethernet-based professional IP-Audio products for broadcast, production, sound-reinforcement and commercial audio applications. Products include digital audio routers, on-air control surfaces, DSP mixers and processors and software for configuring, managing, and interfacing networked audio systems.