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Wheatstone has delivered consoles and routers to Rogers Radio in Toronto, ON, which purchased three TS-22 talent stations and an M4-IP four-channel voice processor. In addition, Medcom of Panama purchased LX-24 consoles with WheatNet-IP system through 305 Broadcast.
Scrub, HHB Communication's Soho-based subsidiary specializing in post-production, has provided London's Absolute Radio with the latest Avid Pro Tools software and hardware as part of the station's latest upgrade.
Whisperings Solo Piano Radio is the its first customer to deploy the StreamGuys new interactive HTML5 player. The player gives mobile listeners without a Flash player a simple way to access the free Whisperings stream, while also delivering integrated metadata support.
Mongolian National Public Radio (MNB) has selected an archiving system from NOA Audio Solutions to power the broadcaster's move to a completely digital archive. More than 20,000 hours of audio materials stored on tape, cassette, CD, and digital files - representing the bulk of the country's audio broadcasting heritage - will be archived using the new system.
Unlimi-Tech Software, the creator of FileCatalyst, has entered an embedded partner agreement with ToolsOnAir. ToolsOnAir provides applications to create broadcast productions. Via the agreement, FileCatalyst has been integrated into ToolsOnAir just:control.
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