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Trevor Horn, studio engineer of Huddersfield Hospital Radio (2HR), recently bought two Sonifex S2-10 channel radio broadcast mixers in a split configuration. The station also purchased Sonifex S2 Solutions studio U-shaped furniture and a SOL-T12 desk-top rack-pod. The S2 is used for live broadcasts of music and requests shows. Broadcasts are made to the patients using the hospital media system. 2HR was established in 1953 and broadcasts primarily to the patients in the Huddersfield Royal Infirmary in the UK. It has a staff of 40 volunteers.
Newcap Radio, one of Canada's largest broadcast companies, is building new studios in two new markets using Axia IP-audio consoles and networking equipment. CFRQ-FM and CKUL-FM in Halifax, NS, along with CHNO-FM and CIGM in Sudbury, ON, will each receive new on-air and production facilities equipped with Axia Element 2.0 mixing consoles and Axia Audio Nodes. The sale was made by Pippin Technical Service of Saskatoon.
Kidd Kraddick in the Morning radio program is using Newtek Tricaster to live stream its daily show from Naples, FL. Billing it the Dysfunctional Family Vacation, the series is streamed on Ustream and fans can also access the program via a direct link at the show's website.
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