Advancement in Radio Technology Awards Winners
Overland Park, KS - Sep 18, 2008 - The winners of the Radio magazine Advancement in Radio Technology (ART) Awards were announced at a reception held at the NAB Radio Show in Austin, TX. The ART Awards recognize innovation in radio broadcast technology through products that have a practical use and are available now.
Nominated products were assigned to one of 13 categories, and Radio magazine readers cast their vote for the top product in each category during August 2008. The results were tallied in early September.
The winners of the 2008 Advancement in Radio Technology Awards are:
Broadcast Tools SRC-16
APT Worldnet Oslo
Axia Audio Element
Enco Systems DAD v5.1e
Adobe Systems Audition 3
Burk Technology ARC Plus v2.0
Enco Systems RAMA
Neumann TLM 103 D
Jetcast Streaming service
JK Audio Bluepack
Deva Broadcast Smart Gen 4.0
Orban Optimod-FM 8500FM v2
Kaltman Creations Spectran HF4040
To be eligible, the products had to have been available for use (not just announced) by July 2008. Nominations were submitted by Radio magazine readers, contributors and manufacturers. The winning products will be profiled in the October issue of Radio magazine.
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