The underwriter of the deal was Morgan Stanley.
Cavalry also received all rights to the SiteShell name, all of SiteShell's service marks, and other intellectual property.
In the spring of 2002, Germany’s International Broadcast Service will move from its present location in Cologne to its new premises in Bonn.
The name change will take effect Jan. 1, 2002, at which time the company will begin trading under the symbol "CLRO" on the Nasdaq stock market.
Sirius Satellite Radio will launch its service on February 14, 2002, in the metropolitan markets of Houston, Denver and Phoenix.
The expansion brings 100 channels of music, news, sports and entertainment across the entire continental United States.
The Carlsbad, CA, facility was acquired by Harris in 1998 when it purchased the assets of Pacific Research and Engineering.
State-of-the-art Navy AEGIS ships employ power tubes to pulse powerful radars in the first fully integrated radar and missile defense system developed.
The 16,000 square foot addition will house the company's expanding engineering staff. The addition will more than double the current floorspace and allow for the use of manufacturing cell technology.
This development is the culmination of a strategic alliance formed between GM of Canada and Digital Radio Roll-Out Inc. (DRRI).
The winner of this award is recognized for outstanding achievement in the area of enterprise and global export.
The 3,000 square-foot facility is located in the Chicago suburb of Wheaton, adjacent to Wheaton College.
XM radios are available in the Southwest and are arriving in the Southeast over the next two weeks.
This update covers total, black and Hispanic populations for persons age 12 and older and will be used for the Fall 2001 survey.
Dataworld, now in its 30th year of operation, is a provider of custom marketing and coverage maps, technical services, directories, map books, and facility change notification services to the broadcasting industry.
Sonifex has signed an agreement with Belfast-based Audio Processing Technology to license Enhanced apt-X.
By licensing its audio technologies to MediaMatrix, Gentner gains access to new integrators who deal almost exclusively with MediaMatrix products.
Clear Channel Communications is buying media and broadcasting company Ackerley Group for $495 million in stock.
The TEAM systems will be used to update, modernize and enhance OTE's high quality audio capabilities throughout the Greek mainland and surrounding islands.
XM Satellite Radio officially launched the first U.S. digital satellite radio service featuring 100 coast-to-coast, digital channels of music and information.
The previously announced private placement of CN$2.0 million was closed concurrently with the acquisition.
Nautel will integrate iBiquity Digital's technology into a new line of IBOC transmitters and exciters, scheduled for launch at NAB 2002.
The company reached reached an agreement with iBiquity Digital Corporation to jointly develop products that will allow AM and FM stations to implement iBiquity’s in-band on-channel digital broadcasting system.
The new facility virtually doubles the space formerly occupied by this microphone manufacturer and creates more room for the company to expand as necessary.
The agreement establishes Enco Systems as a dealer and support facility for the NewsBoss product.
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