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Mac Johnson named PSA market development manager

Mac Johnson named PSA market development manager

Mac Johnson named PSA market development manager

Mac Johnson has joined Point Source Audio as its new market development manager. Johnson has previously toured as production sound engineer and has worked on a variety of Broadway productions as well as a sound designer for theatrical productions, music festivals and corporate events.

“Having had extensive experience as a production manager, sound designer and FOH engineer, it is a privilege to have Mac join the team,” stated Point Source Audio president, James Lamb. “He is proving himself to be a great asset by providing our customers with targeted training courses, including our recently developed MIKE’s Academy, and I’m positive he will continue to develop lasting relationships with our clients and deliver effective marketing strategies in this important role.”

Having championed the manufacturer’s new AVIXA CTS training, Johnson will be working closely with all of the company’s clients to support them in education and development of new markets. “It’s a real honour to be joining the Point Source Audio Team,” Johnson commented. “The company’s mission has always been to add value for the customer, not just through revolutionary microphones and headsets, but also with exceptional service and it’s great to be a part of that core focus. I hope that my experiences with the audio industry will contribute to Point Source Audio’s already established global presence.”

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