Martin Sacks becomes Vice President of Axia Audio
13 June, 2006, Cleveland Ohio, USA
“It’s with pleasure that we welcome Marty Sacks to our family,” says Michael Dosch, President of Axia Audio. “Or perhaps I should say, welcome him back.”
Sacks was previously National Sales Director for Telos Systems (www.telos-systems.com) from 1999 to 2003, overseeing sales for the Telos and Omnia brands. Now, he rejoins the organization in the newly-created position of Vice President at Axia Audio, the networked-audio division of Telos. At this new post, Marty will be responsible for managing the division’s rapid growth.
“Axia has exceeded our growth expectations in every way,” comments Dosch. “In fact, managing our explosive growth has become a full-time job — which is why I’ve asked Marty to lead our team to the next level.”
“It is exciting to be on team Axia,” says Sacks. “Axia is the fastest growing console company in the industry, and with good reason — the products are innovative and the company is obsessive about exceeding client expectations. I have great respect and fondness for the folks here… It's wonderful to be back!”
Marty is well known within the broadcasting community for his leadership skills and commitment to clients. His career as a broadcast engineer includes American University’s WAMU-FM and Washington, D.C.’s WPGC, working with the legendary Milford Smith. He helped build sales at Pacific Research & Engineering, was Director of Radio Sales at Electronics Research Inc. (ERI), and most recently held the post of VP/COO at Streamline Publishing, parent company of Radio Ink Magazine.
Marty will assume his new position immediately, and can be reached at +1-216-241-7225, or via email at marty@AxiaAudio.com.
This press-ready photo of Marty Sacks 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.