New Broadcast Head for Trilogy

Mark Ellis, Head of Trilogy's Broadcast Division

Trilogy Broadcast, a leading provider of broadcast infrastructure and intercom technology, has announced the appointment of Mark Ellis as head of its broadcast division, succeeding Barry Spencer who retires at the end of September.

Ellis, who has been with Trilogy for six years with responsibility for Trilogy’s other markets, will be focussed on strengthening and adding vigour to Trilogy’s broadcast business.

“Under Barry’s stewardship Trilogy has built products which people depend on, and a global reputation for products which are reliable, flexible and powerful” said Mike Knight, Trilogy CEO. “Moving ahead I look forward to significant growth in our broadcast business under Mark Ellis, who will still be able to call on Barry’s decades of knowledge as he retains an active consultancy role in the business.”


“The future path of Trilogy depends on us listening to all our customers in every market, and drawing on that knowledge to develop our products still further,” added Mark Ellis. “I am relishing the challenge of getting to know our broadcast users worldwide, finding out what will make their lives easier and more productive, and delivering against those requirements. Trilogy has developed great products and great customers over the past 25 years: now is the time to take another leap forward.”

The changes take place on 30 September 2012. Both Spencer and Ellis will be at IBC2012, in Amsterdam 7 to 11 September, on stand 10.A29.

About Trilogy Communications
Trilogy has supplied audio communications equipment to customers in more than seventy countries since 1986. The company was originally formed to design and build video and audio infrastructure equipment for the television and radio broadcast market. It continues to serve this market but now also offers its products to a wide array of customers in defence, emergency management and training and simulation, oil and gas, gaming, and other industries.
Trilogy counts some of the world's best known names among its customer base. These include BBC, ITV, CBS, ABC, Fox TV, France Television, Arqiva, Star TV, Times TV, Qatar TV, Al Jazeera Sports and many others.