Tedial appoints Brian Hamblin as Director, Media Architecture

Tedial appoints Brian Hamblin as Director, Media Architecture

Brian Hamblin joins Tedial as Director, Media Architecture

Tedial has appointed Brian Hamblin as Director, Media Architecture, effective immediately. Hamblin, based in Los Angeles, will be responsible for defining solution guidelines to fulfill customer business requirements, and educating customers in the use of best-practices for broadcast and media operation/workflows. As an experienced post production executive, he will guide and align Tedial’s solutions and roadmap according to new market trends and technology evolution.

 

Prior to joining Tedial, Hamblin held the position of Director, Engineering at 20th Century Fox Film. There he led a cross-functional team of systems, video, and sound engineers responsible for supporting a broad range of the studio’s post production and digital supply chain services and for implementing new technologies and solutions. Earlier in his career, he held leadership positions in post production for feature films, television, and visual effects.

 

“It’s great to join the innovative Tedial team at this exciting time in the company’s development,” says Hamblin. “Tedial has been instrumental in delivering state-of-the-art MAM solutions to the media and entertainment industry and I look forward to helping the team further develop strategies as the company continues to expand.”

 

Esther Mesas, Tedial’s Chief Sales Officer/Chief Marketing Officer, Tedial adds, “Brian’s extensive experience working with top studios and facilities in Hollywood makes him ideally suited to support our growing media and entertainment customer base. His appointment will enable us to further expand in the US, building on our strong contacts and best business practices.”


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