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Currents Headlines from the December 2008 Issue
The online headlines from the December 2008 issue of Radio magazine.
Nautel Expands Support Services with New Memphis Parts Depot
The parts depot is located minutes from Fedex's Memphis hub and allows expedited North American parts delivery to Nautel customers.
ATI Moves to Larger Offices
ATI moves out of the Day Sequerra offices, which previously owned ATI.
Axia Seeks Mac Users for IP Audio Test
The beta-software release of the IP audio driver is designed for Intel Macs with OS X v10.5 or higher.
FCC's Adelstein Calls for PPM Investigation
Adelstein's concern is that the PPM presents a threat to media diversity
Logitek Posts Sale of First Jetstream IP-Based System
KFCF Radio, Fresno Free College Foundation, ordered a Jetstream Mini router and a Remora control surface.
Housing Registration Opens for 2009 NAB Show
The 2009 NAB Show runs from April 18-23.
Ledtronics Marks 25th Anniversary
The company began as cottage industry in a suburban garage in 1983.
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