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Netia has supplied its Radio-Assist suite of digital audio automation software to Amhara Radio, a regional state-owned radio station in northeast Ethiopia. This is Netia's third installation in the country.
Wheatstone Processing has been added to several stations:
■ Entercom in Austin,TX, ordered an AirAura audio processor.
■ Beasley Broadcast in Fayetteville, NC, ordered two AirAura processors, Beasley Broadcast in Fort Myers, FL, ordered three VP-8 audio processors, and Beasley Broadcast in Miami ordered four M-2 voice processors.
■ WWAG-FM in Jackson County, KY, ordered an FM-10HD processor through RF Specialties of Missouri.
■ Radio Tri-Cities in Kennewick, WA, ordered three M-2 voice processors.
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