'Doc' Goldstein Appointed Vice President, Post Production Engineering, Sound Services, Universal Studios Operations Group

24 Oct, 2001, 01:00 ET from Universal Studios

    UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., Oct. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- David "Doc" Goldstein has
 been promoted to vice president, post production engineering, sound services,
 Universal Studios Operations Group, it was announced today by Chris Jenkins,
 senior vice president, sound services, Universal Studios Operations Group.
     In his new position, Mr. Goldstein will expand his responsibilities for
 all technical operations and staffing.  His new role includes setting the
 engineering standards in post production sound and projection divisions, which
 includes mixing studios, sound editorial, projection and DVD digital
 mastering.  He will continue to oversee all technical aspects for the building
 of Universal Studios Operations Group's new DVD digital mastering and
 restoration center, scheduled to open November 2001.
     In making the announcement, Mr. Jenkins said, "Doc's forward thinking has
 changed the design of our rooms, equipment and methodologies, and will
 continue to drive Universal's ongoing evolution toward the latest in digital
 and random access."
     Mr. Goldstein has been an engineer with Universal since 1985.  Most
 recently he served as director, engineering, Universal Studios sound services,
 which is a part of Universal Studios Operations Group.  Previously, he worked
 as an engineer at Warner Hollywood Studios, having transitioned with the
 company while it was known as Samuel Goldwyn Studios.  Mr. Goldstein became
 involved with film and television sound 25 years ago, while at the Wally
 Heider Recording Studios, then the world's largest independent recording
 studio.
     Universal Studios Operations Group is a unit of Universal Studios
 (www.universalstudios.com), which is a part of CANAL+, the TV & Film division
 of Vivendi Universal, a new global media and communications company.
 
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    UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif., Oct. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- David "Doc" Goldstein has
 been promoted to vice president, post production engineering, sound services,
 Universal Studios Operations Group, it was announced today by Chris Jenkins,
 senior vice president, sound services, Universal Studios Operations Group.
     In his new position, Mr. Goldstein will expand his responsibilities for
 all technical operations and staffing.  His new role includes setting the
 engineering standards in post production sound and projection divisions, which
 includes mixing studios, sound editorial, projection and DVD digital
 mastering.  He will continue to oversee all technical aspects for the building
 of Universal Studios Operations Group's new DVD digital mastering and
 restoration center, scheduled to open November 2001.
     In making the announcement, Mr. Jenkins said, "Doc's forward thinking has
 changed the design of our rooms, equipment and methodologies, and will
 continue to drive Universal's ongoing evolution toward the latest in digital
 and random access."
     Mr. Goldstein has been an engineer with Universal since 1985.  Most
 recently he served as director, engineering, Universal Studios sound services,
 which is a part of Universal Studios Operations Group.  Previously, he worked
 as an engineer at Warner Hollywood Studios, having transitioned with the
 company while it was known as Samuel Goldwyn Studios.  Mr. Goldstein became
 involved with film and television sound 25 years ago, while at the Wally
 Heider Recording Studios, then the world's largest independent recording
 studio.
     Universal Studios Operations Group is a unit of Universal Studios
 (www.universalstudios.com), which is a part of CANAL+, the TV & Film division
 of Vivendi Universal, a new global media and communications company.
 
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