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Bruno Le Breton

Product Marketing Manager

Bruno Le Breton attended one of France’s superior schools of Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Computer Science, and Telecommunications in Toulouse, ENSEEIHT. Following his studies in 1989, Bruno began his career with Thomson – CSF as an R&D engineer, contributing to electronic missile development. His career with Thales Group followed after in 1997, where he later became Deputy Director of the R&D department for Thales Broadcast & Multimedia. There, he was responsible for numerous contributions to Thales’ current product line.

Following the 2012 acquisition of Thales Broadcast & Multimedia by Arelis Group, Bruno continued to contribute to the development and research for numerical systems and product development until 2016. Today, with over 27 years of experience of broadcast and military systems, Bruno heads the Product Marketing department for Thomson Broadcast.  

Committed to industry research standards, Bruno belongs to numerous groups, such as DRM, DVBT2 and more recently, ATSC 3.0 as a way to promote innovation and to continuously renew his industry expertise. Bruno has also contributed to the publication of a White Paper on the subject of DVB-T2 system implementation and DVB-T2 Lite extension. 


Company Profile: 
Since the earliest years of broadcasting, the Thomson name has been synonymous with expertise and innovation at the highest level. A trusted partner to the world’s leading broadcasters, Thomson has pioneered many developments that have shaped the industry, leading innovation in solid-state technology, Digital Adaptive Pre-correction (DAP), Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM), and Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB); THOMSON Broadcast continues to build on its great heritage with a market-leading portfolio of transmission products for terrestrial television, radio broadcasting combined with world-class systems integration services. With more than 50,000 active Thomson transmission systems deployed worldwide and a global support presence, Thomson Broadcast continues to forge technologies for the future. In 2013 Thomson Broadcast was acquired by Arelis Group, a French industrial group dedicated to military and professional activities, actively supported by the French Ministry of Defense (MOD).