Monster Cable

Kevin Lee Starts Audio Company
August 23, 2011

Kevin Lee, who has worked with his father Noel, the Head Monster at Monster Cable, since he was in junior high school, has started a separate company, SOL (Soundtrack of Life) Republic

Women in CE to Host CEDIA Breakfast
July 19, 2011

Women in CE will once again host a breakfast at CEDIA Expo in September. The breakfast is scheduled for Sept. 10 at 7:30 a.m.

Monster Reinforces Commitment to Custom Install Specialists
June 22, 2011

Monster Cable is never short on announcements. The company certainly did not disappoint at CEA Line Shows in New York City on June 22. First, Head Monster, Noel Lee, reinforced the company's commitment to the custom integration channel with a partnership with the Home Entertainment Source buying group, which will officially kick off at CEDIA EXPO 2011 with a wide range of exciting planned activities during the convention.

Yacoubian Takes Over SVSound
June 1, 2011

Industry veteran Gary Yacoubian, formerly of MyerEmco, is now president, CEO and managing partner of Specialty Technologies, LLC, a new entity that has purchased the assets of SVSound.

CE Week All Stars!
June 1, 2011

CustomRetailer recognizes some of those manufacturers who are officially involved in the summer’s most exciting consumer electronics and custom install event: CE Week in NYC! By CR Staff

SnapAV Adds Hatcher
April 27, 2011

SnapAV said Monday that it has brought in industry veteran John Hatcher as the new manager of its Episode Power Products line. Hatcher is a veteran of Monster Cable, GE / Jasco, Panamax and Belkin.

HES Talks Up Connectivity, Partnerships at Opening Session
February 20, 2011

The Home Entertainment Source (HES) division of BrandSource outlined Sunday for the members who attended its Orlando-held Summit a group of fresh initiatives that will include the debut of Connected Source – a program that HES executive vice president Jim Ristow called “a turnkey concept for HES members so they can display and demo the latest technologies in a showroom in a store-within-a-store model, at low cost.”