InfoComm International, the trade association representing the commercial audiovisual industry worldwide, today announced the promotion of Rod Brown, CTS-D, CTS-I, to Oceania regional director. In his new role, he will be responsible for managing InfoComm membership services, the education program in the region, InfoComm certification and the Australia Advisory Group.
“We are very pleased to see Rod take on the new role,” said InfoComm International senior director of Asia-Pacific development Jonathan Seller.
“This position was created with our commitment in mind to further enhance services to InfoComm International members in the region. Due to his long-standing career in the AV industry and through his service as our regional staff instructor, Rod is highly regarded by our InfoComm members. He brings extensive experience and connections within the industry to this role.”
Prior to his promotion, Rod served as an InfoComm staff instructor, teaching InfoComm University courses, presenting seminars at industry events and delivering AV education webinars. He also worked on the creation of new and updated learning content. He was the first Australian to earn his CTS-D certification.
Rod’s expertise, particularly at a practical level, comes from his extensive experience in broadcast television, live theatre, concerts and cinema. He has been involved in education for many years, particularly in sound production techniques and acoustics and has been a seminar panellist for the Audio Engineering Society. Prior to joining InfoComm, Rod was a sound and audiovisual communications consultant based in Melbourne, Australia. His company served clients in the corporate, education, entertainment, legislative, transportation and worship markets in Australia and internationally. During this period, he was awarded Honorary Life Governorship of Vision Australia for his contribution to establishing audio description of theatre performances.
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