Ross Video Says Orders Jumped 44 Percent in Q1

Posted by Joe Zaller
Feb 04 2011

Ross Video CEO (and majority shareholder) David Ross announced that his company’s orders jumped 44% during the first quarter of 2011.

Rather than issuing a press release, Ross made the announcement through the website LinkedIn, where he posted the following update:



Ross Video is a private company.  They don’t disclose any financial data, so it’s not clear what level of orders and sales revenue the company actually achieved during the quarter.  Also undisclosed is how much of this growth is organic, and how much was derived through the acquisitions the company made during the past year, including Dutch graphic firm Media Refinery and Australian routing switcher vendor Codan Broadcast. Nevertheless, Ross Video is a substantial and significant company in the broadcast industry, so it stands to reason that the numbers are good. 

Interestingly, Ross Video is one of the few companies in the broadcast industry that has consistently said that they have been making money (and growing) over the past several years. 

As the company has grown (both organically and through acquisitions) it has positioned itself as a major player in the broadcast industry.  It will be interesting to see if the company can keep the momentum going throughout the rest of 2011.



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