Dutch Broadcaster Upgrades to Apt-X 

Omroep Brabant, one of the largest regional radio and television company in the Netherlands, has committed its entire network to APT's Enhanced Apt-X algorithm for studio-to-transmitter and studio-to-studio links.

DK-Audio Open U.S. and German Offices 

DK-Audio has opened two new sales offices, one in the U.S. and one in Germany.

Omnia Enters Agreement with Crown 

Under the agreement Omnia will design an audio processor contained on a card that plugs directly into the chassis of Crown Broadcast FM-series radio transmitters.

Liberty Wire Builds a New Headquarters 

Scheduled to begin construction in the third quarter of 3Q2002, the facility will be 35,000 square feet.

Nassau Taps StratosAudio for Interactivity 

Nassau is the first broadcast group to incorporate interactivity into its conventional FM radio stations.

RDA Systems Teams With Wheatstone 

RDA will base its system designs and installation services around Wheatstone's full range of products.

Lotus Calls Wheatstone for Post-fire Rebuild 

When an electrical fire guts an entire room and damages the foundation of the building of a radio station, everyone leaps into action to get the station back on the air.

NPR Expands Westward Coverage 

NPR's expanded presence in the West will enable producers, editors and reporters to more thoroughly explore the cultural diversity and spirit of that region.

Waves Streaming Systems Widely Adopted 

A significant number of radio stations, including Sirius Satellite Radio, have adopted Waves' Maxxstream products for their digital audio streaming requirements.

XM Drops PAC for CT-aacPlus 

CT-aacPlus is the combination of Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) and Coding Technologies' Spectral Band Replication (SBRM) technology.

Gentner Licenses Technology to Peavey 

Under the agreement Gentner is also providing Peavey with a telephone interface product that will sell under the Mediamatrix label.

Full Sail Installs Middle Atlantic Furniture 

The Edit Center systems were chosen as an alternative to designing and building custom furniture because of the furniture's lower costs and quick delivery times.

Stardraw Radio Recognizes Major Development Contributor 

Andrew Rosenberg of Creative Studio Solutions was recognized for his development role in creating Stardraw.com.

Shure Selects New Location For Headquarters 

Shure had been in its current building in Evanston, IL, for almost 46 years.

Andrew Expands Tuning Facility 

The new extension will be used to tune Andrew Trasar, ALP and AL8 Plus series antennas before they are delivered to U.S. broadcast stations.

Andrew Expands Tuning Facility 

The new extension will be used to tune Andrew Trasar, ALP and AL8 Plus series antennas before they are delivered to U.S. broadcast stations.

StratosAudio Partners with Scott Studios, Computer Concepts 

Scott Studios and Computer Concepts automation systems will provide a real-time program data feed to StratosAudio and act as a point of referral to StratosAudio broadcast customers.

Arbitron Releases Initial Round of PPM Ratings 

The Portable People Meter continues to report higher average quarter-hour audiences on a 24-hour day.

IFR Systems to be Acquired by Aeroflex 

The transaction is valued at about $60 million, including the retirement of IFR Systems' bank indebtedness.

Ibiquity Launches AM, FM IBOC with Full Support 

IBOC has been designed to occur simultaneously with the station's existing analog transmission and within the existing spectrum allocation.

Klotz Digital Awarded New Contracts 

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFM/RL), Radio Televisione Lombarda, Radio Forth and WestSound are among the list of groups buying equipment.

SAPRR Chooses Audemat's Goldeneagle 

Autoroute info 107.7MHz, SAPRR's traffic information service, is the largest and most extensive radio network in Europe.

DRM Presents Live Demonstrations at NAB 2002 

Members of the DRM Consortium will offer live demonstrations of the DRM system at their LVCC booths and will present a DRM technical paper during the convention.

Dielectric Communications Introduces New Warranty 

Effective April 1, 2002, orders for new products will carry a five-year warranty, and complete systems will be covered by a 10-year warranty.

Sirius Satellite inducted into Hall of Fame 

Sirius Satellite Radio will be inducted into the Space Foundation's Space Technology Hall of Fame.

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