Tortorella, Rocky
November 2007
Mix;Nov2007, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p19
The article announces several appointments which include Rocky Tortorella, as director of sound services at PostWorks Inc. in New York City, Paul Clark, as the software developer and designer of Stardraw.com Inc. and Susan Zaney, as vice president of marketing at Revolabs Inc. in Maynard, Massachusetts.


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