Sales Call for the Week of Jan 20, 2011 - Jan 26, 2011
Dallas-market station KTNO, a Mortenson Broadcasting AM station, chose Omnia ONE to boost its dial presence. Another Mortenson Dallas station, KGGR-AM, just signed on a low-power FM translator, which has deployed an Omnia ONE FM.
A large studio network incorporating Axia AoIP consoles and routing equipment is now on-air in Australia, at Perth's 96FM, a Fairfax Media station. Three studios were outfitted with Axia Element 2.0 consoles and studio engines, plus associated audio nodes and accessory software. The sale and installation were performed by AVC's Sydney office, Axia's distributor in Australia.
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