Sales Call for the Week of Aug 16 - Aug 22, 2012
Audioarts Engineering posted several recent sales:
■ Savannah State University in Georgia purchased an R-55e 18-channel console.
■ WSYI-FM in New Albany, IN, purchased an R-55e console through RF Specialties of Missouri.
■ Cumulus in Atlanta, GA, purchased two Air-3 consoles and prewiring for both.
■ Mutual Fund Radio purchased an IP-12 control surface through BSW.
■ Cumulus (Birmingham, AL) purchased an IP-12 control surface and Blade.
■ Onondaga Community College in New York purchased ten Air-1 consoles through Lightner Electronics.
Wheatstone has several sales to announce:
■ Entercom of Austin, TX, ordered an E-1 control surface and Blades to add to an existing WheatNet-IP system.
■ Cumulus of Atlanta, GA, ordered eight Sideboard surfaces and eight Blades.
■ IMG College inWinston-Salem, NC, ordered four multichannel audio drivers through BSW.
■ Cogeco Radio in Quebec City, QC, ordered multiple Blades and accessories, and Cogeco Radio in Gatineau, QC, ordered multiple Blades and a Sideboard surface all through dealer Marketing Marc Vallee.
■ Clear Channel station KTOK-AM in Oklahoma City, OK, ordered an LX-24 control surface, two Blades, and Navigator software.
■ Corus Radio in Calgary ordered one E-6 control surface, three IP-12 network consoles, 17 Blades, two Aura8-IP Blades, several router controls and Navigator software through dealer Ron Paley Broadcast in Canada for an emergency studio; installation by GS Broadcast will be done in two weeks, start to finish.
■ Astral Montreal purchased three Blades and two Sideboard surfaces to add to an existing WheaNet-IP system through dealer Marketing Marc Vallee.
■ Dial Global ordered Blades to be housed at Clear Channel Seattle's facility for Olympic coverage.
Functioning as a classical music radio station while also broadcasting live regular services from St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna, Austria, Radio Stephansdom reaches its audience with AKG microphones and has done so since 1998. For live broadcasts, Martin Macheiner, the station's technical director, calls on a vast range of AKG microphones, including C460B, C480B, C414 ULS, C414TLII, C451B, CK61ULS, CK62ULS, CK62DF and CK63ULS.
Audio-Technica hosted Jim Brickman as he recorded segments for his radio show "Your Weekend with Jim Brickman," currently celebrating its 15th year in syndication at Audio-Technica's headquarters studio in Stow, OH, Aug. 3, 2012. A-T products used during the session included the AT4047/SV cardioid condenser microphones and ATH-M50 professional studio monitor headphones.
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