The two companies signed a purchase agreement on Dec. 19, and the deal is currently scheduled to close on Jan. 13, 2009.
The traffic incident reporting systems will integrate real-time 24/7 traffic video via television, radio and the Internet.
Disc Makers opens its first Texas sales office in the Museum District.
Verizon New Music Multicast is on-air and online at 21 stations.
The Via Radio Hearo receivers are installed in the county's 24 elementary schools, nine middle schools, six high schools, six special/alternative schools, five charter schools and various administrative offices.
Valued at $2.7 million for the first year, the contract has renewal options for an additional two years.
The office expands Nautel's customer service team with the addition of industry professionals boasting many years of broadcast transmitter experience.
Cox Newspapers, Cox Television and Cox Radio will be united under one organization.
The ads were judged on their ability to excite listeners about the multicast content, as well as their effectiveness in prompting a call to action to buy an HD Radio receiver.
The advertising campaign keeps radio, expands mobile messaging, and adds newspaper.
Beginning in early 2009, Launchcast's 150 stations and more than 150 CBS Radio stations will be combined, with CBS Radio assuming sales responsibility for the entire portfolio.
The events are co-sponsored by Commercial Video and Giesler Broadcasting Supply.
The LED manufacturer began the company as a cottage industry in a suburban garage in 1983.
The move means more space for sales, marketing and customer support.
More than 200 guests attended the celebration, including the prime minister of the state of Bavaria.
Large parts inventory at Fedex hub will increase turnaround time for Nautel customers.
The established radio ratings providers notes that once-a-year ratings are insufficient.
The ratings provider will begin surveying 50 markets in 2009, and Cumulus and Clear Channel have already signed on.
U.S. Band and Orchestra Supplies of St. Louis picks up the product lines.
Owners of one of several 2009 vehicles equipped with a factory-installed navigation system will have access to the traffic information over the Radio Data System Traffic Message Channel.
More than 100 non-Emmis stations signed deals with the interactive company.
The changes affect product development, sales and marketing of the Loud brands, which includes Mackie and Tapco.
Several new products will be available through LBA as a result of the deal.
The Customized Design Team will provide completely new designs or modifications of existing NKK switch models.
Musicmaster users will now be able to import music and the associated metadata from DMDS directly into their scheduling systems.
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