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Wheatstone Processing is making things sound better:
■ Leighton Broadcast in St. Cloud, MN, added two M-2 microphone processors along with four SideBoard control surfaces and IP Blades for a news booth expansion onto an existing WheatNet-IP network.
■ Fisher Productions in Chandler, AZ, purchased an M-2 microphone processor.
■ Univision in Houston purchased an AirAura X3 spectral audio processor.
■ Entercom Communications in Austin, TX, purchased an AirAura X3 spectral audio processor.
■ Mediaworks of New Zealand purchased an Aura8-IP Blade.
The CW Network and Clear Channel Media and Entertainment signed a multi-year partnership making The CW the exclusive television broadcaster of the two-day iHeartRadio Music Festival. The CW will also be the exclusive broadcast home of iHeartRadio's holiday Jingle Ball concert, the iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party, album release parties and other concert specials.
University Radio Aachen is now equipped with a 12-fader Lawo Sapphire digital mixing console and VXPanel. The University Radio club was founded about ten years ago, and previously used a donated analog console.
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