Sales Call for the Week of Feb 17, 2011 - Feb 23, 2011

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Hawai'is Ohana Broadcast has taken delivery of six studios worth of new Axia Audio consoles and networking gear to be installed in its five-station Honolulu cluster. Ohana's KQMQ-FM, KUMU-FM, KPOI-FM, KDDB-FM and KKHA will all get new Axia Element 2.0 mixing consoles backed with PowerStation integrated console engines. Highlights of the order include six Element consoles, six PowerStation console engines, and 13 copies of the Axia IP-Audio Driver for Windows, plus several Axia audio nodes, which interface traditional analog and AES signals to the networked AoIP environment.

vCreative PPO has seven new radio clients. In addition to adding 27 new stations over the past week, the PPO system also handled its one millionth piece of creative production. The new vCreative PPO clients are:
Company Station(s)

  • Birch Broadcasting Corp. WHLF-FM, WKSK-FM, WLUS-FM, WSHV-AM, WWDN-AM
  • Gaytan Broadcasting KXTD-AM, KLZI-AM, KRVT-AM
  • Lanser Broadcasting WJQK-FM, WPNW-AM
  • Inspiration Time WCTL-FM, WTMV-FM
  • Jacobs Broadcasting WSYA-AM, WTDR-FM

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