INSINC Appoints Garry Welch as Chief Executive Officer

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Industry veteran joins Interactive Netcasting Systems Inc. (INSINC), a leading Canadian webcasting company.

INSINC ( today announced that Garry Welch has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer. Garry will focus on accelerating the growth of the company and increase the company's expansion into the U.S. market.

Mr. Welch brings extensive experience in business development and leading edge video and conferencing technologies. Most recently Garry was the CEO of Path Broadband, a last mile wireless broadband Internet service provider, and COO of Streamlogics, a Toronto online event company. He also serves on the board of advisors for ViVotech, a mobile commerce technology company.

Prior to Path Broadband, Garry played key rolls in starting several different new business ventures. He was Senior VP at Activate, a Seattle based pioneer in streaming media, acquired by CMGi. Before pursuing new business ventures, his career spanned more than 25 years with McCaw Cellular as Vice President, AT&T, Lucent Technologies and General Electric.

Mr. Welch received a B.S. in Mathematics and in Industrial Technology from Missouri State University, completed an MBA at the University of Santa Clara University/SMU and completed the Strategic Marketing Management Program at the Harvard University Business School.

Garry was the past Chairman and Trustee for the Seattle ArtsFund, supporting over 60 arts groups throughout the Puget Sound Region.

INSINC was formed to take advantage of opportunities created by the emergence of real-time streaming and Internet based communication technologies. The company is focused on hosting and delivery of Internet protocol applications and infrastructure support, providing networking capabilities, software tools, production facilities, and human resources to deliver first class IP-based communication solutions to entertainment, enterprise, and government clients such as: Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, , the Western Hockey League, the Canadian Football League, the Ontario Hockey League, Hockey Canada, Canadian Press, CHUM, Canadian Idol, TVG Networks, Woodbine Entertainment Group, CTV Newsnet, Optimal Robotics, Altamira, British Columbia Ministry of Education, the British Columbia Government Legislative Assembly (Hansard), Saskatchewan Legislature, and City of Vancouver. INSINC is headquartered in Burnaby, BC with offices in Toronto and Steyr, Austria. The Web site is at

For further information contact:
Hugh Dobbie
INSINC, President
Ph: 604-664-7727 ext. 308
Fx: 604-606-5726

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