MHz Expands UK Sales with Appointment of Jo van der Linde as UK Sales Manager

MHz Expands UK Sales with Appointment of Jo van der Linde as UK Sales Manager
April 26, 2013 Meriam Khan

[27 March 2013]

Jo-van-der-LindeMegahertz (MHz), the UK-based independent systems integrator, has appointed Jo van der Linde as its UK Sales Manager. Van der Linde will be responsible for managing MHz’s existing key customer accounts and driving new business opportunities to build market share across the UK and Europe.

Van der Linde, who has held a variety of broadcast sales roles over the last 10 years, comes to MHz most recently from BVE (Broadcast Video Expo), the UK’s leading broadcast and production technology event. Before that van der Linde was the business development manager at Panasonic Broadcast Systems, where she was responsible for selling high-value professional broadcast solutions into the television production market.

“We are delighted to have Jo join our team as she brings a wealth of broadcast industry experience as well as sales and business development know how to our company,” said Greg Hoskin, General Manager of Megahertz. “Jo’s well-established relationships with customers and broadcast manufacturers alike will be extremely valuable as we look to further strengthen the Megahertz business across the UK and beyond.”

Van der Linde holds an LLB (Hons) degree in law from Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford in the United Kingdom.

About Megahertz Broadcast Systems
Megahertz Broadcast Systems, a KIT digital company, is a leading independent broadcast systems integrator. Its highly experienced engineering team provides a complete service from engineering planning and design through product evaluation and project management to commissioning, training and support. The team is as adept at file-based architectures as it is in traditional broadcast infrastructures. Recently completed projects include outside broadcast vehicles, high definition studios, playout facilities and earth stations, as well as audio visual installations for applications as varied as mosques and the London Stock Exchange.