Sales Call for the Week of Jan 6, 2011 - Jan 12, 2011
Lindenwood University's KCLC-FM in St. Charles, MO, St. Olaf College's KSTO-FM in Northfield, MN, and Southern Illinois University's WSIE-FM in Edwardsville, IL, are the latest stations to upgrade to Axia Element 2.0 mixing consoles and routing networks.
Radio Iasi, part of National Radio of Romania, recently purchased three Studer OnAir 2500 broadcast consoles with Route 6000 routing and signal processing systems as part of an upgrade of its facilities. Radio Iasi is a major regional public radio station from Iasi, Romania, broadcasting two programs throughout the eastern part of the country.
Telos Nx6 and Nx12 are taking calls at:
Omnia ONE is winning listeners at:
Axia networks power studios at:
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