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ChyronHego Announces Multiple New Appointments

MELVILLE, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 03/18/14 -- Visit ChyronHego at NAB Show 2014, Booth SL1110 -- ChyronHego (NASDAQ: CHYR) today announced the appointment of six new hires bolstering the company's global efforts in sales, customer service, product support and engineering.

"Having successfully achieved our post-merger goal of fully integrating the Chyron and Hego product lines, we continue to experience growth in all markets," said Johan Apel, chief executive officer at ChyronHego. "Our momentum is attracting world-class talent and I am pleased to welcome aboard the newest members of the team to drive forward in supporting the ChyronHego brand."

Random Luttrell, Product Specialist
Random complements the ChyronHego US professional services team with an extensive background in graphic design and implementation, template development and workflow optimization. In his new role, Random will demonstrate ChyronHego products, provide post-sales installation and commissioning support, as well as provide training to ChyronHego clients and freelancers. Previously, Random served as Senior Developer at Scripps Design Services.

Sean Reilly, Technical Support Engineer
Sean joins the ChyronHego US customer support team with solid customer support background and corporate IT credentials. In his new role, Sean will assist ChyronHego customers to analyze, troubleshoot and resolve technical issues. Sean previously served as Senior Network Support Analyst at Loehmann's.

Thomas Kelly, Senior Software Engineer
Thomas brings to the ChyronHego US engineering team a deep technical expertise with advanced software design and implementation skills. Thomas will assist in further developing the company's acclaimed CAMIO graphics asset management system and news production automation application. He previously served as Contractor at The Omnicon Group and Thomson Reuters.

Julian Reid, Product Specialist
Julian joins ChyronHego's UK-based professional services team with over 20 years of experience in broadcast. In his new role, Julian will demonstrate ChyronHego products, provide post-sales installation and commissioning support, as well as provide training to ChyronHego clients and freelancers. Julian most recently served as Graphics Operator at Red Bee Media.

Jonathan Roberts, Sales Director
Jonathan joins ChyronHego's UK-based sales team with over 15 years of corporate selling experience. In his new role, Jonathan will focus on driving new business for ChyronHego in the EMEA region. Previously, Jonathan served as Sales Director at thePlatform.

David Wessén, Head of Production
David joins ChyronHego's Stockholm-based team where he will lead the sports production staff and work closely with ChyronHego clients in the region. David previously worked as a freelance producer and editor for various leading Swedish broadcasters.

For more information on careers at ChyronHego, please visit www.chyronhego.com/careers.

About ChyronHego
ChyronHego (NASDAQ: CHYR) is a global leader in broadcast graphics creation, playout and real-time data visualization with a wide range of products and services for live television, news and sports production. Joining forces in 2013, with over 80 years of combined industry expertise, Chyron and Hego Group offer award-winning solutions -- such as the TRACAB™ player tracking system and end-to-end BlueNet™ graphics workflow -- under the collective ChyronHego brand. Headquartered in Melville, N.Y., the company also has offices in the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Mexico, Norway, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. For more information on ChyronHego, visit www.chyronhego.com.

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