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Harvey Rogers

Haron Enterprises - About Us - TeamHarvey Rogers is the President of Haron Enterprises, a Broadcast Consulting firm operating both in Canada and abroad. Harvey was the Senior Vice-President of Broadcast Operations & Engineering 1994-2005 at Alliance Atlantis Communications, owners of 13 national program services serving Canada.

Mr. Rogers has over 35 years executive experience in all phases of communications servicing specialty (program service) channels, commercial broadcasting, pay television, and cable television.

From 1988-1993 he was YTV's Director of Technical Development. Harvey was the key player in the operational start-up of the technical plant and office facilities. Mr. Rogers pioneered the use of satellite to cable head and compression technology in Canada. Mr. Rogers also pioneered digital technology utilizing full Master Control Automation/Servers in a television broadcast transmission situation.

Mr. Rogers served over five years as CFTO-TV's Manager of VTR Post Production looking after many international TV series and commercials.

As Operations Manager of CFMT-TV, Mr. Rogers launched the operations department, including staffing, training and facility design, but also produced and directed shows for CFMT and Rogers Cable TV.

Mr. Rogers is the Canadian Governor of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), and the Past Chair of the Canadian Satellite Users' Association (CSUA); He was also a member of various committees of Canadian Digital TV Association.

Mr. Rogers won the “Citation for Outstanding Service” award from the SMPTE in 1994. Mr. Rogers received a “Gemini “Award from the Academy of Television and Cinema in 1997 for pioneering robotic automation in Master Control.

Mr. Rogers was inducted into the Canadian Association of Broadcasters' Quarter Century Club and the CCTA Cable Pioneer's Club in 2002.

Mr. Rogers received the CSUA “Outstanding Service Award” in February 2003 at the Canadian Digital Summit held in Toronto.