Sales Call for the Week of Sep 5 - Sep 11, 2013
Wheatstone has been working in Canada and China:
■ Durham Radio (Oshawa, ON) purchased nine WheatNet-IP Blades, seven drivers, and Navigator software through Ron Paley Broadcast.
■ CBC Radio (Regina, SK, and Matane, QC) purchased a total of seven IP-88ad Blades and 12 controllers through Marketing Marc Vallee.
■ Seneca College (Markham, ON) purchased seven four-channel PC drivers through Ron Paley Broadcast.
■ MZ Media (Toronto, ON) added a sideboard to its existing system via Ron Paley Broadcast.
■ ShangYu Radio (China) purchased a Generation 4 console through Audio Design Company.
Axia is now shipping the xSwitch. The first units were purchased by CBS' WHFS-AM in Washington, DC; Towson University's WTMD-FM in Baltimore, MD; Salt and Light Media's WGRC-FM in Lewisburg, PA; Lincoln Financial's WLYF-FM in Miami, FL; and Southern Cross Austereo in New South Wales, Australia.
Bayerischer Rundfunk has begun installing 2wcom's FMC01 MPX contribution and distribution system, in a major revision of the broadcaster's delivery infrastructure. The FMC01 combines encoder and decoder functions in the same unit, and allows the broadcaster to send a complete FM MPX signal via E1 or IP. With the FMC01 installed, Bayerischer Rundfunk needs only one stereo generator and one RDS encoder, located at the central studio in Munich to generate the signal for each channel. All FM MPX signals for the broadcaster's 11 radio channels will be generated at one central location and forwarded via E1 to the transmitter locations using the FMC01 operating in encoder mode.
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