Adrienne Maxwell Named Managing Editor of HomeTheaterReview.com

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Adrienne Maxwell Named Managing Editor of HomeTheaterReview.com


Adrienne-Maxwell-Headshot.gifAfter ten great years, Andrew Robinson has stepped down as managing editor, moving on to pursue new creative and professional endeavors.

Adrienne Maxwell, the former managing editor of Home Theater Magazine and a contributing writer for Home Entertainment Magazine, is now the managing editor of HomeTheaterReview.com - effective immediately. HomeTheaterReview.com publisher Jerry Del Colliano has known Maxwell for some time.

"Nobody has better contacts in the specialty AV business than Adrienne Maxwell," Del Colliano said. "She is both a friend and a trusted partner. She inherits a robust team of experienced and insightful reviewers, yet can expand our industry footprint in ways that we couldn't have done in the past. We simply couldn't have a better person leading our editorial content going forward."

"I've been part of the HomeTheaterReview.com team since the site's inception," says Maxwell, "and I'm thrilled to step into this new role and interact directly with the best companies in the AV business, as I did in the past. By maintaining our current high standard for reviews and developing new writers who share our passion and enthusiasm for the industry, we will continue to pursue the goal of making HomeTheaterReview.com the top home theater publication in the world."

We at Home Theater Review wish Andrew Robinson the best of luck in his future pursuits and look forward to an exciting new era under Adrienne Maxwell.

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