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More than 1,000 Barix audio over IP devices were used for contribution, distribution and monitoring of live broadcast audio for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India. Host broadcaster Prasat Bharathi, India's largest public broadcaster, produced the official International Signal live from 12 competition venues. Barix Exstreamer 1000 devices were the core audio transport solutions, with special firmware from Barix to deliver very low-latency audio (between 20-30 milliseconds of delay).


The National Basketball Association's (NBA) Charlotte Bobcats and Skyview Networks announced today a new multi-year radio distribution agreement. Skyview, an integrated professional sports broadcast company specializing in automation systems and syndication, will provide satellite distribution services and wise satellite receivers to the Charlotte Bobcats Radio Network. The partnership aims to increase advertising revenue through Skyview's flexible satellite distribution system that provides ad regionalization abilities.




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