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19/11/2013

Forbidden Appoints Brian Boring For North America

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Forbidden Technologies has named Brian Boring as its general manager of North American sales and strategic partnerships.
"We've built a strong reputation and following within the U.K. media and entertainment industry, and now we're poised to expand into new markets throughout the world," said Greg Hirst, business development director, Forbidden Technologies.
"Brian Boring's impressive résumé includes business development acumen; knowledge of the broadcast, production, and post-production markets; and a keen understanding of production workflows, all of which make him the ideal person to expand our presence in North America."
"Boring is a seasoned professional and business leader with expertise in technical workflow implementation consulting, sales management, business strategy, operations leadership, and enterprise technology solutions," a statement from Forbidden said.
Most recently, Mr Boring served as vice president of solution sales and technology services at MelroseMAC, an Apple® Authorized sales and service centre in Los Angeles, and MelroseTEC, the company's professional video and audio division.
He has also served as vice president of sales at Wexler Video, at the time one of the largest media equipment and solutions companies in the world for production, post-production, and IT services.
"With more and more demand for efficient media workflows, Forbidden Technologies is primed for North American market penetration, and I'm excited for the opportunity to make it happen," Mr Boring said.
"Forbidden has the most powerful cloud-based video post-production platform available, and this is the future for enhanced production efficiencies."
Brian Boring will join Forbidden Technologies on November 18. He will be based in Los Angeles and report to Greg Hirst.
www.forbidden.co.uk
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