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Jampro Antennas has been granted a major broadcast equipment contract by Radio Republik Indonesia (RRI), the state radio network of Indonesia. Under the terms of the agreement, Jampro will provide 12 JCPB-4 bay Broadband FM broadcast antenna systems to RRI so that the station can continue to achieve nationwide coverage.
Clip Interactive is partnering with Cumulus Media to launch interactive broadcast radio on their Indianapolis stations using the Clip Radio mobile app technology. The participating stations, WFMS 95.5 The Country Station, 104.5 WJJK Classic Hits and Indy's i94 - 90's to NOW launched their interactive apps June 11, 2014. The Clip Radio-powered apps, enable users to see and interact with what they hear on each station's broadcasts. Radio content is featured in the app's station feed; enabling listeners to interact with anything related to the broadcast that they may have missed over the past hour.
GatesAir supplied its high-power Flexiva DX and 3DX series of AM over-the-air transmitters to Radio Pakistan (the Pakistan Broadcasting Corp.) to help deliver news, information and entertainment over the air to residents across the country.
Hessischer Rundfunk has selected Avid to power its post-production workflow. Benefits of using the Avid MediaCentral Platform include accelerated production, and producing and distributing higher-quality content to millions of German citizens viaHessischer Rundfunk's four radio stations and one television channel.
GatesAir has improved operational efficiency and on-air signal quality for Alpha Broadcasting's KUPL-FM with a new high-power Flexiva FM transmitter. Alpha Broadcasting selected the Flexiva FAX20 (20kW) transmitter following an evaluation period that included several competitive transmitters, with GatesAir winning on total cost of ownership, performance and exceptional customer service.
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