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Barix is exclusively supporting IP audio delivery between multiple studios and transmitter sites for Connecticut Radio Information System (CRIS Radio), Connecticut's only radio reading service for the blind. The non-profit broadcaster uses the Barix Reflector Service for audio stream delivery. CRIS Radio is also reducing costs by using the new Barix Reflector App to monitor on-air feeds in real-time from an iPhone.
Burk Technology has supplied Pitkin County Colorado with three ARC Plus systems to control TV and FM translators. Pitkin County uses these translator sites to reach remote parts of the county that would be otherwise unable to access over-the-air broadcast services. In addition to broadcast equipment, Pitkin County will monitor HVAC equipment and generators to ensure stable, reliable operations at remote sites.
Vaddio will donate all remaining furniture to K-12 and higher education facilities. Schools interested in the offer must pay shipping, and each campus location is limited to two pieces of furniture. A waiting list will be available for locations requesting more than two. Items are available while supplies last. Contact Leanne Waschbusch at Vaddio for more information at email@example.com or 763-971-4403.
Crista Broadcasting is working with content delivery network and streaming media provider StreamGuys and mobile application developer Onseeker to deliver programs and advertising campaigns across KCMS-FM Seattle; KWPZ-FM Bellingham, WA; KFMK-FM Austin, TX; and KCIS-AM Seattle and its Internet HD Radio station Pure Music Radio. The StreamGuys platform delivers HE-AAC audio quality and Onseeker's mobile apps to iOS and Android devices.
Radio Maria and World Family of Radio Maria have selected and started to deploy the International Datacasting Corporation Star Pro Audio receivers within its worldwide network. World Family of Radio Maria currently delivers Catholic radio programming in multiple languages to more than 1,500 transmitter locations in 56 countries.
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