Screen Research Welcomes Jared Minnich

Screen Research appoints Jared Minnich as its US Technical Support Manager.

Nantes, France - July 7, 2009 - Screen Research, a world -class provider of innovative projector screen solutions for the custom home theater and professional markets, today appointed Jared Minnich as its US Technical Support Manager. Minnich joins Mike Barber, Screen Research's newly appointed director of business development, at the company's new North American headquarters in Hiram, Georgia.


"Jared brings a wealth of technical systems expertise and experience to Screen Research," says Yves Trélohan, Screen Research CEO and founder. "We welcome him to the team and are confident that he will prove to be an invaluable resource in providing our stateside dealer network with world -class technical service and support on our extensive product line of screen solutions."

Minnich comes to Screen Research from Meridian America, where he worked with systems integrators and their customers to troubleshoot and repair audio and video equipment. In his new role at Screen Research, Minnich will support Screen Research's North American dealer base of trained and certified integrators and provide technical support for the company's wide range of acoustically transparent ClearPix and SolidPix projection solutions.

Prior to his stint at Meridian America, Minnich garnered eight years of electronics systems experience, specifically within aviation electronics, for the United States Navy.

For more information on Screen Research, please visit: www.screenresearch.com. To contact Screen Research for general inquiries, email srsales@screenresearch.com or techsupportusa@screenresearch.com for technical support.

About Screen Research
Headquartered in Nantes, France, Screen Research is a world -class provider of innovative projector screen solutions designed for custom home theater and professional cinema applications. Distributed in 40 countries worldwide, Screen Research offers an extensive line of state -of -the -art video projection screen solutions, most notably its award -winning ClearPix® acoustically transparent THX® and ISF® certified screens.
Trademarks
ClearPix™, ClearPix2™, SolidPix™, SolidPix1™, GrayPix™, X -Mask™, C -Mask™, LeWing™, TheaterCurve™, Pi -Grip™, FastGrip™, TFX™ and DécorMask™ are all trademarks of Screen Research. All rights reserved.

THX is a trademark of THX Ltd. ISF is a trademark of Imaging Science Foundation Inc.

Screen Research products are covered by one or more of the following patents:
No. 00 07372 (France); No. 6,552,847 B2 (USA); No. 04787296.5 (Europe) pending; No. 03 10375 (France); No. 10/570,135 (USA) pending; No. PCT/FR04/02241 (International) pending; No. 200480025260.9 (China) pending; No. 1126/CHGENP/2006 (India) pending; No. 2006 -524397 (Japan) pending; No. 04787296.5 -2217 (United Kingdom) pending; No. 0409574 (France) pending; No. PCT/IB05/003917 (International) pending; No. 05817119.0 -1252 (Europe) pending; No. 08.02361 (France) pending; No. 08/05836 (France) pending; No. 03 07216 (France); No. 10/557 781 (USA) pending; No. 04742791.9 (Europe) pending

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