Media 100 founder and director Fred Molinari has resigned from the company to concentrate on running spin-off Data Translation, leaving Media 100 short-staffed at board level under chief executive John Molinari.
Both Molinari brothers claimed the departure was amicable but admitted the move leaves Media 100 to find a replacement director. In a statement, Fred Molinari said: "It is appropriate that I devote my undivided energies to Data Translation."
On the same day, Media 100 announced it will expand its product development on the Microsoft Windows NT platform, though it claimed it will continue its development on the Macintosh platform to cater for customers that are working with Apple?s Quick Time technology.
Data Translation split into Media 100, its digital video product company, and Data Translation, its distribution arm, in December 1996.
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