Jonathan Hughes joins ATG Danmon as Head of Systems Integration
Jonathan originally studied at Ravensbourne College of Technology and Design, achieving an HND in Digital Broadcast Engineering. He began his broadcast industry career at London-based MTV Broadcast Services as a Junior Engineer, advancing to Facilities Engineering Supervisor. In 2008 he joined Gearhouse Broadcast as a Proposal/Systems Engineer and progressed to Head of Systems Integration.
"Jonathan has an excellent understanding of tapeless technology, file-based workflow and digital content management, including practical experience across a wide range of vendors offering hardware and software for the broadcast and third-party transmission service sector," says ATG Danmon Managing Director Christoffer Kay. "He also understands the ATG Danmon strategy of providing cost-efficient solutions which exactly match the customer's needs in regards to functionality, flexibility and budget, while ensuring easy expansion to match increased business demand and evolving technical standards."
"This is a very busy and exciting time to be joining ATG Danmon," Jonathan Hughes comments. "I look forward to working alongside Project Manager Dave Whitaker and the entire UK-based team as well as our colleagues in Denmark, Dubai, Spain and Vietnam, to ensure that we maintain the high technical standards for which ATG Danmon and its parent group are respected in the UK and across the globe."
About ATG Danmon
Part of the Dan Technologies Systems Integration Division, ATG Danmon offers a comprehensive range of services including workflow-design, project-planning, equipment installation, software-configuration, commissioning, documentation and on-site training. It has assisted many clients in the design, integration and commission of newsrooms, live and drama production studios, technical control rooms, file-based digital archives, post-production and playout suites plus the upgrade of existing SD systems to HD.
Embracing tomorrow's technology, ATG Danmon delivers maximum value through close co-operation with customers, leading to mutually beneficial long-term relationships. All system components are sourced on the basis of fitness for purpose rather than any commercial affinity.
ATG Danmon has the in-house skills and resources to cover several projects simultaneously, including 800 square metres of production space.
Senior management staff supervise all projects, ensuring accurate and consistent procedures. ATG Danmon has a proven track record in the management, design, installation, and commissioning of broadcast projects in many countries.