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Jim Goessinger Retires After 45 Years in Media, Broadcast & Post Production Industry
Mississauga, Ontario — January 5, 2018 — Applied Electronics has announced that its Vice President of Sales for the company's Broadcast and Data Technology Division, Jim Goessinger, has retired after a long and prosperous 20 years with Applied Electronics, and 45 years in the media and entertainment industry.
Jim kicked off his career in the media and entertainment industry when he joined CHCH TV as a Studio Assistant / VTR Operator. He advanced to the role of Senior Editor at CTV before he accepted the position of Vice President of Operations and Engineering at Soho Post for over 13 years, Vice President of Operations at International Image, and President of Westdale Television for 17 years.
Jim joined Applied Electronics’ Broadcast and Post Production Division in 1997 as the National Sales Manager, with extensive knowledge of the digital media workflow, including content creation, video and audio postproduction, asset management, newsroom operations, graphics, animation, and distribution. Over the course of 15 years, Jim managed the national sales team, large accounts, vendor relations, and new business development. His expertise and leadership contributed to strengthening the company’s brand and growth in existing and new markets across Canada, and he was promoted to Vice President of Sales for Broadcast and Data Technology in 2013.
“Jim has been a significant resource at Applied Electronics for over 20 years,” says Paul Stechly, President of Applied Electronics. “His strong and positive values, leadership and business talent is exceptional. We will dearly miss Jim, and we wish him a happy, healthy and long retirement.”