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Mr. Master Adds Trent Muldrow, Moves to New Offices

Trent Muldrow
Trent Muldrow

Mr. Master Inc. expands with the addition of 20-year radio veteran Trent Muldrow. He'll provide technical support, training, and installations for the company's AIM and MediaShooterPro softwares. A South Carolina native, Muldrow will remain based on the East Coast allowing Mr. Master to expand regular tech support hours. Muldrow was most recently Director of Engineering for the Eastern Region of Alpha Media, overseeing 15 markets. Prior to that he served in various engineering, IT and programming roles with Alpha Media, YMF Media, ICBC Broadcast Holdings, Clear Channel, AM/FM, and UoSC.

Mr. Master President Stu Jacobs commented, "Trent's extensive knowledge of radio automation, traffic systems, and IT made him the perfect fit to join our organization. As a former client, he was a tremendous asset, providing us helpful suggestions enabling us to see the full workflow from a station's perspective. I know he will bring that same level of enthusiasm and professionalism to serve and support our station and network clients going forward."

"As an early adopter of Mr. Master's AIM software product, I immediately saw the potential it had to save radio stations time and save lots of money while increasing accuracy and reducing errors," said Muldrow. "I've been observing Mr. Master's growth over the years from a content distribution company to a full blown broadcast software company. I'm ecstatic to now be joining such a great group of innovators and I look forward to being part of the team that will take Mr. Master to the next level."

Mr. Master also announced the company's recent move to expansive new office space housing its corporate headquarters in Agoura Hills, CA. The new space, which more than triples the prior square footage for the company, providing more room to expand sales and support personnel.

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