17.10.2012 [TV Technology] - featuring an all-star panel including Karlheinz Brandenburg, Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Media Technology IDMT; Frank Foti, Omnia; Steve Greenberg, S-Curve; and Robert Orban and Greg Ogonowski, Orban. Additional broadcast/ streaming events
25.09.2012 [Hartford Courant] - A lovely painting of the Bridgeport Symphony Orchestra, with Frank Foti conducting, is one of the rare scenes with a recognizable figure. And two works — charcoal studies for later murals — by Milton Bellin are extraordinary. One seems influenced by
19.09.2012 [Radio World] - “It is the approach to product development that matches so perfectly. Frank Foti [CEO of The Telos Alliance] and I have found many parallels in company philosophy and with regard to customer- and target-orientated approach,” said Marc Straehl, CEO of
23.08.2012 [Radio World] - Other sessions that may be of interest include some well-known audio names: Bob Orban, Frank Foti, Greg Ogonowski, Karlheinz Brandenberg and George Massenberg, collected together in “What Happens to Your Production When Played Back on Diverse
24.08.2012 [Puget Sound Business Journal] - Frank Foti, CEO of Vigor Industrial, shows off his office's most prominent feature: a rotating photo collection of Vigor's 1,900 workers at seven Northwest shipyards. Seattle has become the epicenter of the company, which expects to hit $500 million in
04.06.2012 [Auburn Citizen] - “We, the trustees of the Indian Mound Cemetery Association feel our Friends Day ceremony is but one small way to help our nation celebrate and promote the Civil War's sesquicentennial,” Frank Foti said during the ceremony. Foti said that the 125
Frank Foti. President and CEO. Vigor. For more than two decades, Frank Foti has led Vigor’s transformation from a single, struggling shipyard to a thriving, increasingly diversified industrial company with over 2,000 employees and eight locations.
Omnia Audio—part of the Telos Alliance—was founded by Frank Foti, who used audio engineering/processing to enable stations to craft a unique ‘signature sound’ that was louder than anything else on the air, yet with clear sound and minimal distortion.
19.05.2011 Frank Foti says: April 12, 2012 at 6:17 pm. Julia, I was so pleased to get your mail with a link to your blog. As far as my experience with all things broccoli rapini , I love it bitter and hot like Tony May. Also, I like to put black ...