John Schur is new VP of Television Solutions for Telos Alliance; Tim Carroll departs
The Telos Alliance has announced that it has appointed John Schur, founder of Minnetonka Audio, as vice-president of Television Solutions for the Telos Alliance. Schur will replace Tim Carroll, Linear Acoustic founder and president, who is leaving the company and moving to the west coast for personal and family reasons.
“We will carry Tim’s significant efforts and legacy forward by maintaining an incredibly strong leadership team. With John Schur now at the helm of TV Solutions, along with the combined strength of Linear and Minnetonka Audio’s all-star teams, the future is bright for the TV Audio Division of Telos Alliance,” says CEO Frank Foti. “We will continue to innovate and lead in both TV loudness control and AoIP for TV, and are committed to the TV Audio marketplace and our clientele.”
“I’m excited to lead the TV Solutions Group at the Telos Alliance and work directly with an amazing team of professionals and experts in our field,” says Schur. “The TV broadcast industry is evolving rapidly and adopting new technology at an ever-increasing pace. We will continue to harness Telos Alliance’s best-in-class hardware and software technology to create innovative solutions for the industry.”
John Schur founded Minnetonka Software in 1986, which provided general purpose software development primarily for the medical community. In 1998, he formed Minnetonka Audio Software to focus on audio software products and services for the professional broadcast and media industries. John has led Minnetonka to create many award-winning, industry-leading products, as well as numerous software development projects for leading industry companies. With a strong background in engineering, John has taken an active role in software architecture and design for Minnetonka. Schur has a long-time interest in music, performance, and audio recording. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois and a Masters in Computer Engineering from Stanford.