An exceptional blend of accomplishments
. . .
in engineering, marketing, sales &
has spent 35+ years in the North
industry, with the past 16 years largely
developing and bringing HDTV to the
professional markets. And,
for the most recent
years, he's been right in the middle of 4K and Ultra-HDTV (UHD) developments,
mobile DTV and 4G-LTE television. His
career is an
exceptional blend of engineering,
marketing, sales and business,
in executive positions with market
started nordahl.tv LLC in 2002 after
years as VP Product
Development & Engineering at Panasonic
Broadcast. Prior to Panasonic, he held
the position of GM/VP Sales & Marketing at DVS'
North American subsidiary. Prior, Nordahl
founded and served as President
Mitsubishi's ProAudio Division, and as President
of Neve North America. He co-founded a
CATV systems company (Complexicable)
where he served as VP Engineering after his
early career as a CATV electronics
issued the first comprehensive HDTV
Transition Report in 2004,
followed by a series of HD ENG & TV News
from 2005 to 2007.
(Terry) Nordahl undertakes special
projects and provides
legal support, often in executive search
and staffing matters.
She holds JD and MBA degrees, as well as
certification in human
resource management (SPHR).
time career is as Associate Dean of
one of California's most prominent
School of Public Policy.
Do you know this about Tore Nordahl?
Senior Design Engineer at Kaiser CATV,
he designed the first ever dual pilot
gain/tilt control feature in a CATV
pioneered Urban Cluster CATV as
co-founder/VP Engineering at
Complexicable in Cleveland, OH.
President of Neve North America, he was
instrumental in bringing to market the
first ever and highly successful Moving
Fader Automation System (NECAM) and then
to make Neve sound mixing consoles the
pre-eminent mixing desks for the large
majority of famous music recording
studios in Hollywood, New York,
Nashville and Toronto (and around the
world), for TV broadcasters like CBS (TV
City), NBC (8H SNL), MetroMedia, and for
dubbing and scoring by selected
Hollywood film studios.
President of Mitsubishi Pro Audio Group
(MPAG, subsidiary start-up), he
established MPAG as the foremost world
supplier of professional digital audio
recorders (X-850 32-track) to the
premiere music recording and film sound
studios around the world. Nordahl
received credit on Michael Jackson's BAD
album, for providing Mitsubishi digital
recorders for and supporting the BAD
Transitioning back into TV-video, as
international sales director for ASC
(later acquired by Leitch), Nordahl was
on the highly advanced VR-300
fiber-channel-networked video server
team, where he achieved fast-track
distribution in most major markets
around the world.
founded and started up the U.S.
subsidiary for DVS (later acquired by
Rohde & Schwarz). As GM & VP
Sales/Marketing, Nordahl personally sold
the first ever production model (in the
world, of any manufacturer) uncompressed
HD video server, the DVS ProntoVision,
to ABC-TV's DTV Lab in NYC. The
following year, Nordahl personally sold
the first ever uncompressed HD time zone
delay server system (DVS custom design),
also to ABC-TV for their new DTV master
control in NYC.
Panasonic Broadcast & Television Systems
Division (US), Nordahl, as VP Product
Development & Engineering, spearheaded
the efforts to bring the famous variable
framerate (VARICAM) HD camcorders to
confidentiality bars Nordahl's
disclosure of a number of successful
projects performed under consulting
assignments over the past 11 years.
References are available upon request.