QUU NAMES RADIO INDUSTRY VETERANS JACKIE BART AND JOE MARSHALL TO LEAD COMPANY’S SUCCESS TEAM

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Quu Inc., a pioneer in adding dynamic visuals to radio broadcasts, announces respected radio industry veterans Jackie Bart and Joe Marshall have been tapped to lead the company’s Success Team. Bart has been named Customer Success Manager and Marshall will serve as Technical Success Manager. Both individuals will report directly to Chief Executive Officer, Steve Newberry.

Jackie Bart
Jackie Bart
Joe Marshall

In the newly created roles, the duo will work directly with operations, sales, and programming teams on the local level. In addition, they will guide stations through installation, on-boarding, training, and support to publish synced programming and sales messages, or Visual Quus, on car dashboards.

“I am so proud to be on the Quu team and look forward to helping drive the company’s mission of advancing radio with its technology and enabling connected vehicle access to content that provides an enhanced in-car radio experience and engages listeners through innovative advertising opportunities,” said Bart.

“The resurgence of audio in our daily lives, combined with Quu’s roadmap to move the radio experience forward, positions us to make a huge impact,” said Marshall. “I am thrilled to be a part of this exciting and game-changing opportunity!”

“We’re excited to welcome Jackie and Joe to the team as we take the next step in Quu’s evolution,” said Company Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Joe Harb.

“Jackie’s deep training experience with Arbitron and Scarborough Research as well as Joe’s technology experience with Harris/GatesAir demonstrate their tremendous professional credentials,” said Newberry. “They are outstanding individuals with a sincere passion and focus on training, service, and success. These critical hires demonstrate Quu’s focus on not simply selling software and services to radio stations, but ensuring our partners know how to use Quu’s powerful tools to engage listeners, upsell radio’s core product, and make ads more effective.”