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Nassau Broadcasting Monitors Stations with Burk Watchband
Littleton, MA - Jul 24, 2007 - Nassau Broadcasting chose Burk Technology's Watchband remote receiver to remotely monitor audio and signal parameters. Watchband, introduced at NAB2007, provides marketing monitoring tools to engineers, programmers and technical managers. The Web-based interface allows operators to monitor and review field intensity, audio levels, phase error and program audio for market stations. The receiver decodes all RBDS fields and provides playlist logging based on artist and song title radio text entries.
Watchband won a Radio magazine Pick Hit award at NAB2007.
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