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Listener Driven Radio (LDR) reports that through its LDR Sales Support, its partner stations have amassed more than $1,000,000 in digital sponsorship sales in 2012 to date.
While the top athletes compete in the 30th Olympiad, Lawo consoles are being used by several broadcasters to mix and route the audio for their broadcasts.
■ German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF both deliver from the control room in the International Broadcast Center using mc²90 and mc²56 consoles and a Nova73 HD router.
■ Finnish broadcaster YLE and Swedish national broadcaster SVT are also Lawo equipped with a mc²66MKII console, various sapphire radio and production consoles, and a Nova73 HD.
■ Estonian broadcaster ERR is using Sapphires and Crystals.
■ Austria's ORF uses an mc²66 MKII
■ Korea's KBS uses mc² consoles.
■ Australian Channel 9/Foxtel is using various mc²66 and Sapphire consoles
■ CTV Canada is using Sapphires for parts of its coverage.
TuneIn has hit 40 million monthly active listeners. In addition, the company recently closed on $16 million in funding that will be used to scale the company's technical and business operations worldwide.
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