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Harris Transfers Radio Equipment Sales to SCMS
Harris Transfers Radio equipment Sales to SCMS
Cincinnati and Pineville, NC - Jun 29, 2007 - Harris and SCMS have reached a business agreement for Harris to transfer the sale of third-party radio products to SCMS. The business agreement goes into effect on July 2.
By eliminating the direct sale of third-party equipment except for package deals, Harris states that the move "will enable Harris to concentrate resources on creating and delivering...radio broadcast transmission and studio products. Harris will continue to offer third-party products as part of transmitter and studio systems."
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