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Rob France

Rob France

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Dolby Laboratories
United Kingdom
As Senior Product Marketing Manager for Dolby, Rob is responsible for working with Dolby's customers to develop the market requirements to deliver new audio experiences.  His current focus is the introduction of Dolby Atmos for live sports with broadcasters including BT Sport and Sky.   Prior to his current position at Dolby, Rob worked for Sony as a Product Marketing Manager.  He was responsible for developing the market for camcorder products for the broadcast and semi-professional markets.  Before his time at Sony, Rob had previously worked for Dolby in various roles covering product management and broadcast systems.   Rob worked alongside many broadcasters across Europe and beyond on the introduction and rollout of 5.1 surround sound with their launch of HD services.   He holds an MBA from Cranfield University, UK, and an MEng degree in electronic engineering with music technology, from the University of York, UK.
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    CTO - Albrecht Electronic
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    CEO, Vevo
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    Marketing Manager - TSL
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    Robert Lisman
    Director of Marketing - Primestream
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    Technical Support Engineer - BW Broadcast

 

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