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Sales Call for the Week of Feb 28 - Mar 6, 2013
Wheatstone systems have been ordered at:
Signal Media (Little Rock, AR) ordered an E-1 control surface and WheatNet-IP Blade for an existing E-6 system.
■ Fayetteville State University's WFSU-FM in Fayetteville, NC, ordered three WheatNet-IP Blades.
■ Northern Lights Broadcasting in Minneapolis, MN, added PC audio drivers to an existing WheatNet-IP system.
■ Blackburn Radio (Sarnia, ON) ordered a Blade, GP-8P controller and PC audio drivers for an existing WheatNet-IP system through Ron Paley Broadcast.
■ KGGI-FM in Riverside, CA, added a Bridge analog I/O card to an existing system.
■ Blackburn Radio (Chatham, ON) purchased an E-1 control surface and Blade to add to an existing WheatNet-IP system through Ron Paley Broadcast.
Jelli has signed an agreement with Entercom Communications to deploy the Jelli Platform in 104 of its radio stations across 23 markets. This expands the Jelli Platform to a total of more than 175 radio stations in more than 50 markets nationwide.
Qatar Radio has taken all five of its main channels live on the Netia Radio-Assist 8.1 digital audio software suite. The Netia software, which Qatar Radio also uses as a disaster recovery system, replaces an existing radio automation product and gives the broadcaster a more extensive and unified solution that addresses the entire production workflow.
LBA Technology, a division of LBA Group, was commissioned by Metropost after Paraguay Radio Premiro de Marzo lost its tower to a storm. After analyzing data provided by Metropost, LBA recommended a medium wave antenna system that not only met new height restrictions that were being imposed on the 780kHz, 50kW station, but it ultimately doubled the station's effective coverage area. LBA engineered and delivered a unique and economical high-powered antenna that was installed and finalized within 24 hours of its arrival.
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