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Wheatstone is moving consoles and routing systems:
■ Beasley Broadcast (Augusta, GA) purchased three E-1 consoles and 5 WheatNet-IP Blades.
■ Temple University's WHIP (Philadelphia, PA) purchased an E-1 console system through BSW.
■ Hubbard Radio's KSTP (St. Paul, MN) purchased 2 LX-24 consoles, two TS-22 talent stations, a total of seven WheatNet-IP Blades and PC drivers.
■ Voice of America (Washington, DC) purchased several Bridge router cards through CEI.
■ The Portland Trailblazers (Portland, OR) purchased an L-8 radio console through BSW.
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