Grass Valley Appoints Hassan Ghoul to Lead Middle East Initiatives
With a career in the broadcast industry spanning over 35 years, Hassan Ghoul is a well-respected broadcast technology solutions expert. He started his career in Cairo and was one of the drivers of the Media Production City project, before spending time with Sony in Europe and the Middle East. He left Sony to start his own Dubai-based business in 2005, providing support on the ground for both new businesses and those interested in establishing themselves in the Middle East, including Ascent Media, Tevido, and ATG Broadcast. As well as offering hands-on consultancy and customer contact, he is a regular conference speaker in the region.
“Hassan is a great addition to the Grass Valley team,” said Francoise Semin, Vice President of the Southern portion of Europe, Middle East, Africa for Grass Valley. “He has terrific contacts and tremendous respect across the region. He has also been a leader in solutions which sit at the convergence of IT and broadcasting, which is where Grass Valley has so much to offer. I welcome Hassan as another great step forward in Grass Valley’s commitment to understand our clients’ requirements and deliver the solutions that meet their company’s demands.”
Hassan Ghoul joined Grass Valley at the beginning of April 2012.
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