Blonder Tongue appoints Grauch as EVP, COO

Tuesday 30 October 2018 | 20:38 CET | News
Blonder Tongue Laboratories' board of directors appointed Edward R. Grauch as its EVP and COO. Grauch will report directly to CEO and president, Bob Palle, focusing on creating the company's product strategy, sales, marketing, and technology activities. The heads of each of those departments will report directly to Grauch. Immediately prior to joining Blonder Tongue, Grauch served as president of Kaon USA, the US subsidiary of South Korea-based Kaonmedia, the world's fifth largest set-top and broadband device manufacturer.

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