Corus Entertainment Standardizes on iMediaTouch Radio Automation
Winnipeg, MB - Jan 24, 2012 - Corus Entertainment has purchased OMT's iMediaTouch radio automation system for all its radio stations in 13 markets. Corus owns 37 radio stations across Canada that reach more than seven million listeners each week with news, information and music programming.
Previous installations of iMediaTouch radio automation took place in the broadcaster's Winnipeg, Kitchener, Kingston and Toronto facilities. In 2011 Corus purchased iMediaTouch for its radio properties in Hamilton, Peterborough, Guelph, Barrie, Cornwall, London, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.
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