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TuneIn and Educational Media Foundation (EMF), the parent company for K-Love and Air1 Radio networks, have signed a strategic alliance. The partnership extends the reach of EMF's 700 radio stations to listeners on TuneIn.
Eagle Communications, owner/operator of 28 radio stations in Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska and 30 cable systems in Kansas and Colorado, has inked a deal with vCreative to connect all its markets sales, production, traffic/continuity and digital with the cloud-based PPO work-flow management system. PPO also gives Eagle's markets the ability to share voice talent and Web/graphic designers.
TuneIn has signed with four major public broadcast organizations in the United States: KQED, KCRW, KEXP and American Public Media, which includes Southern California Public Radio, Minnesota Public Radio, Classical South Florida and nationally distributed programs. The alliances represent more than 100 stations plus podcasts and digital streams of popular programming.
Wheatstone surfaces and routers are finding new homes around the world.
■ MZ Media Group (Toronto, ON) ordered a complete WheatNet-IP system consisting of E-6, E-1 and IP-12 control surfaces, plus 22 Blades (including three Aura8-IP audio processing Blades), two SideBoard control surfaces, 19 audio drivers, and Navigator software for a new facility, through Ron Paley Broadcast, Canada.
■ CBC (Quebec City, QC) purchased a WheatNet-IP system with E-6 control surface, six Blades, Navigator software and several X-Y Controllers through Marketing Marc Vallee, Canada.
■ Astral Radio (Gatineau, QC) purchased a SideBoard control surface for an existing WheatNet-IP system through Marketing Marc Vallee, Canada.
■ Astral Radio (Quebec City, QC) purchased an LX-24 control surface and six Blades with Navigator software through Marketing Marc Vallee, Canada.
■ CKXL-FM (Winnipeg, MB) purchased an Aura8IP Blade, two audio drivers, Navigator software and an IP-12 control surface through Ron Paley Broadcast, Canada.
■ RED-FM (Calgary, AB) ordered a complete WheatNet-IP system consisting of E-4, IP-12, and SideBoard control surfaces with 12 Blades, including two Aura8IP audio processing Blades, 17 audio drivers, X and XY Controllers, and Navigator software for a new facility, through Ron Paley Broadcast, Canada.
■ Wheatstone distributor Agile Broadcasting (Australia) purchased five E-1 control surfaces and several Blades for a project in Perth, Australia.
■ Wheatstone distributor Soundfusion (South Africa) ordered two E-1 control surfaces, a WheatNet-IP Blade and three AoIP drivers.
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