Sales Call for the Week of Jun 20 - 26, 2013
Wheatstone Processing s being added to several stations:
■ CBC Radio, Canada, purchased a WheatNet-IP Blade with Vorsis processing plus GP-16 panel for an existing WheatNet-IP system through Marketing Marc Vallee.
■ CJLS-FM (Yarmouth, NS) installed an AP2000 Vorsis digital on-air spectral processor through Ron Paley Broadcast.
■ KXST-FM (Las Vegas, NV) purchased a couple of M1 digital mic processors through SCMS.
■ Cox Broadcasting (Houston, TX) purchased three M1 mic processors.
■ Beasley Broadcasts' WNCT-FM (Greenville, NC) purchased an AirAura spectral audio processor.
■ KUZZ-FM (Bakersfield, CA) purchased an M1 mic processor.
■ KVOC-AM (Casper, WY) purchased four VP-8 Plus audio processors though BSW.
■ Bonneville (Salt Lake City, UT) purchased two M2 mic processors through BSW.
■ Univision (Chicago, IL) purchased 15 M2 mic processors through BSW.
■ Foshan Radio China purchased an FM-10HD audio processor through Audio Design Company.
Univision Radio has extended and expanded its contract with Triton Digital. The two-year extension will provide access to Triton Digital services including a2x, Advertising Platform, Streaming, Webcast Metrics and royalty reporting.
Jampro Antennas has been awarded a major contract by KXPR-FM of Sacramento, a classical music-formatted Capital Public Radio station. A long-time Jampro customer, the KXPR contract is for a turnkey installation including a 500' tower, JHPC Penetrator FM antenna mounted on a Frequency Matched Tower (FMT), and Proline rigid transmission line.
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