Currents - Sales Call
Barix halps Soma FM with IP audio, IDC upgrades the CRP Medios y Entretenimiento network, and Cumulus in Dallas taps Audioarts.
Mongolian National Broadcaster taps Netia, Southern Cross Austereo buys Nautel transmitters, Wheatstone posts several system sales, and WestwoodOne renews with the Weather Channel.
iHeartRadio hits the 40 million user mark.
Corus stations update their websites with SoCast, the first Nautel NVLT is installed in Australia, TuneIn hits 100,000 stations, and KIRX-AM/KRXL-FM select Audioarts for consoles.
Commotion hits a major user milestone, and Jack FM 2 in Oxfordshire is the first UK station to add Listener Driven Radio technology.
KXXN goes to crowdcasting with LDR, KXPR selects Jampro for an antenna project, Accordant Media joins the Triton Digital network, Wheatstone posts several multi-console sales, WDR installs 145 RTW TouchMonitors, and Envision Radio Networks signs with ADLarge Media.
Custom Channels distributes programming with StreamGuys, and the Cleveland Cavaliers tap Skyview for distribution.
Wheatstone Processing is making things sound good.
Salem in Cleveland updates with Axia, Estonian Public Radio chooses APT codecs, , and Wheatstone posts console and router sales in Canada.
Audioarts Engineering is equipping several facilities, college radio stations add Zipwhip, Federate Media selects TuneIn for its listening app, WTMD Towsen University taps WideOrbit for traffic and automation, Cumulus Dallas chooses WideOrbit WO Mobile, KNAU-FM is rebuilding studios with Axia, and Marketron picks up a TV client for mSite..
WIBC-FM taps Axia for consoles and routers, Wheatstone has posted several router and console sales in the US, Entercom taps WideOrbit WO Analytics, and Progressive Concepts relaunches its website.
Wheatstone makes deals in Canada and China, Axia is now shipping the xSwitch, and 2Wcom supplies multiplexed encoders/decoders to Bayerischer Rundfunk.
Audioarts Engineering posts console, router and software sales, and Digigram helps the Voice of Vietnam stream.
Wheatstone posts console and router sales.
Berklee taps iZotope for software; Wheatstone Processing posts sales; ADBL win an antenna contract in Barcelona, Spain; HHB delivers a Studer console; and All India Radio buys two Ampegon transmitters.
Nautel ships the first of many DRM-capable transmitters to India, and Axia posts several sales.
Quu partners with Sony Music Nashville, Wheatstone delivers consoles and routers around the globe, NBC Sports Radio passes the 300 station mark, Triton Digital and Semcasting partner, Louisiana radio stations implement the Global Security Systems Alert FM and GSSNet systems, and Entercom renews with Arbitron..
Sudan Radio upgrades with Netia, Wheatstone Processing makes things sound good, WideOrbit hits a milestone, Allen and Heath helps XFM record, JacApps hits a milestone, and Innovative Leisure signs with Clear Channel.
Audioarts Engineering delivers several consoles, and Wise Brothers Media renews its partnership with Dial Global.
Wheatstone posts several console and router sales, Marketron hits 1,000 stations with Network Connect, and Axia supplies equipment to KWUR St. Louis and Peak Broadcasting in Fresno, CA.
Telos is outfitting several station for POTS, ISDN and IP audio, CBC/Radio Canada upgrades with Studer, Wheatstone consoles and routing are installed around the world, and Axia outfits the Cumulus Media Networks facility in New York.
Wheatstone consoles and routing are installed in Canada, IPBS selects Harris for and IP network, Varick Media Management signs with Triton Digital, and OnAir Broadcasting signs with Clear Channel Satellite Services.
Wheatstone processing is making good sound at several stations around the world, Jampro wins an order from KXPR, and Univision Radio renews with Triton Digital.
University Radio York adds Sonifex consoles, ORS monitors with IET Solutions, Kiss Telecomunicacoes inserts ads with Triton Digital, and Audioarts Engineering posts console sales.
ABC Radio National taps VidiGo, Saga expands its agreement with Marketron, Jampro provides an antenna to the CBC, and Wheatstone posts several console and router sales.