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The University of Sunderland is outfitting its popular youth-oriented radio outlet with Axia consoles and Livewire routing network. Sunderland's 107 Spark FM serves North East England with programming tailored to teens and young adults. The purchase was made through Broadcast Bionics and includes eight- and 20-position Element 2.0 mixing consoles, PowerStation integrated console engines, a variety of Axia Audio Nodes and the Axia IP-audio Driver.




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