Sales Call for the Week of Sep 22 - 28, 2011
The Saudi Arabia Ministry of Culture and Industry (MOCI) has selected Jampro to furnish turnkey broadband DVB-T antenna solutions to a 12-site network as well as supply FM antenna systems and related RF components. The FM transmissions will use Jampro JFVD panel antennas in conjunction with Jampro RCCS Starpoint combiners.
WAPS in Akron Ohio has been processing its HD-2 and HD-3 services with Omnia ONEs, but, with the introduction the HD-4 service, an additional Omnia ONE will be put into service.
Telos Z/IP ONE codecs have recently been delivered to Cumulus Media's WKDF-FM, Levas Communications' WURD-AM, and Clear Channel's KQQL-AM & FM.
Cumulus Media has chosen Axia consoles and routing systems to update its five-signal Modesto, California radio cluster. KAT Country 103 FM, The Hawk 103.9 FM, KWIN 98.3 FM, KHOP 95.1 FM and ESPN Radio 970 AM will be the recipients of all-new studios; the group are part of the stations acquired through Cumulus' recent purchase of Citadel Broadcasting. The sale, made by Broadcasters General Store of Ocala, Florida, includes 12 Element 2.0 mixing consoles with PowerStation integrated console engines, along with assorted Axia audio nodes and routing equipment.
Twenty-two Cromwell stations in Illinois, Tennessee and Kentucky are using the vCreative PPO system for submitting and tracking production workflow with full accountability. The cloud-based PPO workflow platform also maximizes Cromwell's creative abilities by sharing resources seamlessly across markets, regardless of location.
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