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Robinson leads evolution at Resolution

Posted on: Wednesday 28th of June 2017

Resolution, the leading high-end studio/broadcast pro-audio title, has a new publisher. Dave Robinson, the editor of PSNEurope/Pro Sound News Europe for 16 years, has acquired the brand following the untimely death of Resolution’s inimitable founder last year.

“I’m thrilled and honoured to be a part of Resolution,” says Robinson. “I used to work with the ‘uncompromising force of nature’ that was Zenon Schoepe, back in the early Noughties. Now, to be able to continue his legacy, but bring it slap-bang up-to-date for the digital era: yes, I welcome that opportunity. Pro Sound News Europe was the best magazine in the pro-audio industry,” he opines, “….apart from Resolution, which was the other best magazine in the pro-audio industry.”

Robinson underlines that it’s business as usual at Resolution.IMG_9999_sm “Of course, I want to make my mark on the title, but that will happen over time,” he suggests. “Nigel Jopson the editor has been doing a fantastic job, and Jo Gilbert and Jeff Turner in sales are still your go-to contacts. SoundPro? Resolution Awards? Yes, they’re happening. Come on, let’s get cracking!”

“I am delighted that the Resolution brand will go forward and flourish under Dave’s ownership,” says director Susan Schoepe following the buy-out.

“For Zenon, Resolution was all about supporting and contributing to his beloved pro-audio industry: informing and educating through content created by audio professionals, for audio professionals, and I am confident it will continue to do so for years to come.”

Sue continues: “Thank you to all the readers, advertisers, sponsors and friends who have supported Resolution during the last 15 years, since our launch issue at AES Munich in 2002 to the present day.

“And of course, thanks also to those talented contributors who have each helped to make Resolution the most authoritative magazine in pro audio, most recently under the informed and creative editorship of Nigel Jopson.

“It is in no small part thanks to all of you that when we were rocked by Zenon’s death last year we were strong enough to take his legacy forward. I am confident that this collaboration will continue to form the bedrock for Resolution’s future success.”

Dave Robinson continues: “Want to get in touch? Guess what: it’s Dave [at] ResolutionMag [dot] com”

 



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