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Radio Mirchi inaugurated its new studios in Pune, India, by signing on with an Axia Audio AoIP network and iQ mixing consoles.


Axia Radius IP consoles are heading for air at:

  • Southern California Public Radio KPCC-FM, Los Angeles
  • Univision Radio KBNA-AM, El Paso, TX
  • TWiT.tv "The Tech Guy" with Leo Laporte, Petaluma, CA

    Omnia One is processing audio at:

  • HEH Broadcasting KSAM-FM, Huntsville, TX
  • Truth Broadcasting WTRU-AM, Winston-Salem, NC
  • WXLK-FM, Roanoke, VA

    New Telos VX broadcast VoIP talkshow systems are taking callers at:

  • AT&T, Basking Ridge, New Jersey
  • California Lutheran University's KCLU-FM, Los Angeles
  • WCBS-AM, New York, NY

    The Egyptian Radio and TV Union (ERTU) placed an order for 20 Jampro flat panel FM antennas. The ERTU is Egypt’s national broadcasting network as well as the largest radio and television broadcaster in the Middle East with a total audience of approximately 60 million. The ETRU ordered JFVD vertically polarized dipole, flat-panel antennas.




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