Alpha Video Hires Two Senior Broadcast Engineers

toddsterger1Minneapolis, MN, January 28, 2014.   Responding to increasing sales by its Sports & Entertainment Group and Broadcast Systems Group, Alpha Video recently hired two Senior Broadcast Engineers.

Jim Pile joins Alpha Video with over fifteen years of experience designing and installing broadcast systems. Prior to joining Alpha Video, he worked with XOS Digital in Orlando, FL. Jim has an FCC License from the Society of Broadcast Engineers and was a Venue Broadcast Technical Manager for the Olympics in 1996, 2000 and 2002.

Todd Strenger joins Alpha Video after working as a Technical Operations Manager at KMSP/WFTC-TV in Eden Prairie, MN and as Assistant Chief Engineer at WFTC-TV in Minneapolis, MN. Todd has extensive training and experience with Avid iNEWS, broadcast video servers and newsroom automation systems.

Commenting on the recent hiring, Jeff Volk, Director of the Alpha Video Sports & Entertainment Group, “We are thrilled to be adding two engineers the caliber of Todd and Jim. Alpha Video is known as a leader in designing and integrating HD video and broadcast systems for collegiate and professional sports venues, corporations and television stations. To meet the increasing demands of these clients, we are determined to add only the most qualified engineers to our technical staff. With the hiring of Todd and Jim, we’ve done that.”

About Alpha Video

Alpha Video & Audio has been a professional video systems integrator since 1970. Alpha Video specializes in products, systems and services for video and digital media content creation, distribution and management. Alpha Video is privately held and headquartered at 7711 Computer Ave, Edina, Minnesota 55435; tel: (800) 388-0008 or (952) 896-9898; fax (952) 896-9899. Websites: http://www.alphavideo.com.