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Marco Lopez Joins ChyronHego as CEO

ChyronHego has announced the appointment of Marco Lopez as CEO, as of January 8, 2018. The company’s former president and CEO, Johan Apel, will continue serving the company as executive chairman of the board with an emphasis on ChyronHego’s market leadership in sports solutions.

Bringing an expanded focus on the broadcast industry, Lopez joins ChyronHego from Grass Valley, where he most recently served as president. Lopez was appointed president of Grass Valley in 2012, overseeing the company's worldwide operations. 

Broadcast Industry Veteran Marco Lopez to Lead ChyronHego.

Broadcast Industry Veteran Marco Lopez to Lead ChyronHego.

He first joined Miranda Technologies in 2005 as vice president of product development, driving product management across Miranda's entire product portfolio. During the ensuing years, Lopez took on additional, broader responsibilities that included research and development, product strategy, and customer support as a product unit vice president. 

In 2010, he was named senior vice president, continuing in that role through the company's acquisition by Belden Inc. in 2012.

Prior to joining Miranda, Lopez served 11 years in the video products group of Matrox Electronics, most recently as senior director of sales and marketing. He also served as director of products at Matrox, responsible for product management, applications engineering, and customer support. He holds an elected position on the IABM's board of directors.

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