Sales Call for the Week of Jan 17 - 23, 2013
NRG Media's 42 Great Local Radio stations will share voice talent across all of their stations now that 28 of those stations have begun using vCreative PPO's cloud-based software system to manage workflow.
Wheatstone surfaces and routers are finding new homes.
■ Bee Broadcasting (Kalispell, MT) purchased a complete WheatNet-IP system including E-1 and IP-12 control surfaces, 16 Blades, 15 M-2 voice processors, and Navigator software for a studio renovation.
■ Curtis Media (Raleigh, NC) purchased an E-1 control surface and Blades for an WheatNet-IP system.
■ Clear Channel (Augusta, GA) purchased two Blades for an existing WheatNet-IP system.
■ Townsquare Media (Bangor, ME) purchased an IP-12 control surface with Blades.
■ Nassau Community College (Garden City, NY) ordered two E-4 control surfaces, six WheatNet-IP Blades, one Aura8IP audio processing Blade through Digital Radio Engineering, New York.
■ Washington State University added a GP-8P programmable Ethernet panel and a few guest turrets to an existing WheatNet-IP system, through BSW, Washington.
■ Northern Light Broadcasting's KTWN-FM (Edina, MN), official radio station for the Minnesota Twins, ordered a second LX-24 control surface and Blade for its new facility.
■ Clear Channel (Oklahoma City, OK) purchased a Blade and several guest panels for an existing WheatNet-IP system.
■ WRCM-FM (Charlotte, NC) purchased two Blades for audio transport.
■ Cumulus (Atlanta, GA) purchased eight audio drivers for use with their OpX automation system.
■ St. Peter's University (Jersey City, NJ) purchased a WheatNet-IP system consisting of an IP-12 control surface, two SideBoard control surfaces, several Blades, four audio drivers and three M-1 digital voice processors through Lightner Electronics, Pennsylvania.
97X in Tampa, a Cox Media Group radio station, has become the first rock radio station to allow its listeners to take control of its on-air music programming around the clock. The station is using LDR to crowdcast.
StreamMyStation.com has reached 200 streaming clients. StreamMyStation allows users to build their own online popup player to push station ads on the player.
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