James Loudspeaker Appoints Ted Telesky Chief Marketing Officer James Loudspeaker has appointed Ted Telesky as chief marketing officer. By RS Staff Published: May 12, 2016 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 James Loudspeaker has appointed Ted Telesky as chief marketing officer. Telesky had been the VP of product development at James Loudspeaker since 2008. His new role will leverage his strong engineering, design, and product development background as he focuses on marketing for a company experiencing steady growth. The James Loudspeaker brand supports AV integrators with innovative architectural audio solutions. In his new role as CMO, Telesky will balance continued support of existing channels with increased exposure to commercial markets such as corporate boardrooms, upscale hospitality and multi-dwelling (MDU) residential. “So much of what we offer is the ability to accommodate unique applications and premium solutions for our customers,” said Telesky. “We have started to see increased demand from commercial markets and we plan to dedicate marketing resources to developing these channels. Most designers and architects serving residential or commercial markets want to approach sound from a visual standpoint—how can we integrate a speaker solution seamlessly into any environment? My job is to increase our brand visibility so they have James Loudspeaker as a go-to resource in their toolbox.” Because James Loudspeaker is an engineering-driven company with onsite manufacturing, many of its product offerings are application specific. Telesky plans to focus on promoting the unusual built-to-suit capabilities of the brand, differentiating their products and services from competitors to authorized dealers and systems integrators. James Loudspeaker architectural loudspeakers are engineered and manufactured in Napa, CA.