TSL Systems appoints Jeremy Rees as MD

Rees replaces Roger Henderson as CEO of the UK-based system integrator
Jeremy Rees, MD, TSL Systems.
Jeremy Rees, MD, TSL Systems.


UK-based systems integrator TSL Systems has hired Jeremy Rees as managing director, replacing Roger Henderson.

Rees will have global oversight of TSL’s life cycle services, consultancy, systems design, integration and fibre and structured cabling services. Henderson will remain with the company in the role of executive director until the end of the year.

Rees has thirty years’ experience in the television industry, starting his career in the network engineering department of the BBC, working at Television Centre and the New York bureau. Prior to joining TSL, he was a vice president at NDS and senior director at Cisco, leading multi-disciplined, multi-national teams in the system engineering and program delivery of complex and innovative technologies to broadcasters all over the world. He has an engineering degree from the University of Cambridge and is a Chartered Engineer.

Rees said: “The broadcast industry never stands still and I am very much looking forward to helping TSL’s business portfolio to adapt and grow to meet the challenges of the future.”

 Rees’ appointment is designed to strengthen TSL Systems’ board of directors and to build on a period of strong growth for the company which has seen a significant increase in the number of high profile project wins over the last 18 months.

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