Sales Call for the Week of Jan 13, 2011 - Jan 19, 2011
Cumulus Media's Bridgeport, CT, radio cluster will soon get a makeover with Axia IP consoles and audio networking gear. A/C WEBE-FM and News-Talk WICC will install five studios' worth of AoIP gear, including five Element 2.0 consoles and PowerStation integrated console engines, PathfinderPRO routing control suite, a variety of Axia audio nodes, and IP-Audio Driver for Windows software. The sale was made by Broadcasters General Store of Ocala, FL.
Phoenix stations, KMVP-AM, KPKX-FM, KTAR-AM and KTARFM, begin 2011 with Paperless Production Orders from vCreative.
TargetSpot, will begin selling in-stream audio ads for CBS Radio stations available on the Radio.com, AOL Radio, and Yahoo! Music mobile applications. In addition, TargetSpot will deliver audio ads to CBS Radio stations available on the Radio.com iPad mobile application.
Clear Channel Radio station Project 9-6-1 (WKLS) Atlanta has launched Jelli. Called "Remote Control Radio," the new Jelli-powered show's listeners can play along at www.project961.com or download the Jelli iPhone app and control the airwaves on the go.
Netia announced that Radio Television du Burkina (RTB), the national public broadcaster and principal media outlet in Burkina Faso, has installed the Radio-Assist 8 suite of digital audio software.
Vycon has just shipped its 300th flywheel system.
NOA Audio Solutions announced that Radiotelevizija Slovenija (RTV), Slovenia's public service radio and television broadcaster, will be the first media enterprise to implement the new NOA Record 4 system.
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