Sales Call for the week of Mar 26 - Apr 1, 2009
Mid-West Family Broadcasting has purchased OMT's Imediatouch radio automation system for a total of 18 radio stations. Mid-West Family Broadcasting currently owns 29 stations throughout Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois. The company purchased Imediatouch for its La Crosse, WI; Madison, WI; and Springfield, MO; markets.
APT has delivered Worldcast Horizon system to WLYC-AM, ESPN Radio in Williamsport, PA. The sale was made through JPP Communications, a radio broadcast contract engineering firm based in State College, PA.
IP Audio and network control are two reasons Clear Channel's Portland, OR, cluster recently installed a 25-Seven Program Delay Manager (PDM). The PDM interfaces directly with an Axia audio network and is being used on KXJM-FM. The PDM's advanced profanity delay features were deployed by Station/IT Engineer Curt Brown and Chief Engineer Chris Weiss. Geoff Steadman, president of 25-Seven, noted that the PDM is also available in a version with an analog plus AES digital interface.
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