Sales call for the week of March 4 - Mar 10, 2010
Telos Zephyrs have been installed at Godaddy.com, Scottsdale, AZ; WQDR-FM, Curtis Media Group, Raleigh, NC; WADO-AM, New York; Sirius Satellite Radio, New York; and KRDA-FM, Univision, Fresno, CA.
Omnia-6EX/EXi processors are being used at KCFX-FM, Kansas City; WXRT-FM Chicago; WKBU-FM, New Orleans; KZEN-FM Three Eagles Communications, Lincoln, NE; and WUKY-FM, University of Kentucky.
Axia Element 2.0 consoles are on the air at RTL Networks, Paris, France; KXL, Alpha Broadcasting, Portland, OR; KSHE-FM, Emmis Broadcasting, St. Louis; KWVS-FM, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA; and KGTS-FM, Walla Walla University, College Place, WA.
AirKast has launched customized iPhone and BlackBerry mobile applications for three Max Media radio stations in Virginia: WVHT-FM (Hot 100.5), WGH-FM (97.3 The Eagle). These branded applications, containing real-time digital media and online content, were developed using TuneKast and delivered via the AirBridge digital media delivery platform. These mobile applications deliver streaming live radio to their listeners.
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