Sales Call for the week of Mar 5 - Mar 11, 2009


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Family Life Network (FLN) installed a Wheatstone E-square System. The system includes a 16-fader E6 control surface, one model 88e mix engine square, two 88a analog I/O squares, two 88ad analog/digital I/O squares, and two Windows drivers for Audio Vault and Adobe Audition software.


Telos has delivered Twox12, Series 2101 and Desktop Director systems to Clear Channel San Francisco; Fox's Speed Channel, Charlotte, NC; KDIS Radio, Burbank, CA; and WJJZ Bala Cynwyd, PA.


Several stations have installed Axia consoles: WJMJ-FM, Hartford, CT; KUT-FM, University of Texas, Austin; KUER-FM, University of Utah, Salt Lake; and WMFT-FM, Moody Bible Institute, Tuscaloosa, AL.


Omnia has delivered Omnia-6exi and Omnia One processors to several stations, including KCEP-FM, Las Vegas; WNZF-AM/FM, St. Augustine, FL; and WJRH-FM, Easton, PA.


Logitek Electronic Systems has received several orders for console and router products from customers on three continents.

Logitek's new Jet Stream Mini IP audio router, along with a Remora control surface, has been ordered by Wallingford Broadcasting Co. in Richmond, KY.

Artisan console systems have been ordered by WHUT-TV (Howard University) and the University of Montana in Missoula.

International customers have placed significant new orders with the company: The Australian Broadcasting Corporation ordered full Logitek systems based on the Audio Engine router along with multiple Mosaic and Remora surfaces for six stations located in Kunnunurra, Gladstone, Muswellbrook, Albany, Wodonga and Orange. In China, Anhui Radio placed an order for eight Audio Engine routers, eight Mosaic-18 surfaces and associated accessory items.

Existing customers in Canada and the USA have also expanded their existing Logitek systems: Ontario, Canada's Fanshawe College added a Remora-4 console to their installation and Houston, Texas based KUHF Radio purchased two Mosaic-18 surfaces.


The Worldnet Oslo STL system from APT has been selected as the core audio platform for a new studio to transmitter network by Hong Kong Public Broadcaster RTHK. Five Worldnet Oslo units were supplied to RTHK by APT's distributor, The Harvest Scientific and Tech. Co. (HSTC), to connect studio and transmitter sites throughout the country. The new STL network is based on a series of microwave links with the Worldnet Oslos used to encode the audio programming into an E1 stream for delivery on the 1.5GHz band. With the capacity for up to 24 channels of audio, voice or data, the Worldnet Oslo was able to accommodate RTHK's requirement for 13 channels of audio and still allow room for future expansion.


KCCQ, Ames, IA, is using Hip Cricket services to run a promotion that offered listeners the chance to win free oil changes for a year from Jiffy Lube if they texted JIFFY to 55981. All who entered received a mobile coupon that included a discount on various Jiffy Lube services, including oil changes, wiper blades, tire rotations and filters. Participants could also opt in for future offers.




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