Sales Call for the Week of Oct 17 - Oct 23, 2013
Falls Media Group station KXXN-FM in Wichita Falls is using technology from LDR Interactive (Listener Driven Radio) to turn its playlist over to the audience around the clock. Using a voting window on the Wild 96.3 website, listeners can vote on which songs will play on the station minute-by-minute 24/7.
Jampro Antennas has been awarded a major contract by KXPR-FM Sacramento, CA, a classical music-formatted Capital Public Radio station, for a turnkey installation including a 500' tower, JHPC Penetrator FM antenna mounted on a Frequency Matched Tower (FMT), and Proline rigid transmission line. The JHPC is a high-power FM version of Jampro's Penetrator antenna.
Independent media trading desk Accordant Media will join the network of Triton Digital a2x partners. Accordant Media customers can now optimize their campaigns via real-time audience buying across Triton Digital's global inventory.
Wheatstone posted several sales:
■ Saga Communications (Spencer, IA) purchased three LX-24 consoles.
■ Media Engineering, Switzerland purchased an IP-12 console system and WheatNet-IP Blades for a system expansion in Malta.
■ Silver Chalice Digital Networks (Chicago, IL) ordered two E-6 consoles for new production studios.
■ KCPT/KTBG-FM (Kansas City, MO) purchased an LX-24 console and WheatNet-IP Blades with MADI interface to add on to an existing Bridge TDM system.
■ Voice of America (Washington, D.C.) purchased another LX-24 console and WheatNet-IP Blades for a second production studio through CEI.
RTW has delivered 145 TM3 TouchMonitor units to German broadcaster WDR, Europe's second-largest broadcaster after the BBC. The units, which WDR has installed in its regional studios and editing suites, enable the broadcaster to comply with EBU R128 loudness metering.
AdLarge Media has signed a national advertising sales representation agreement with Envision Radio Networks that moves inventory already measured in Nielsen Audio's RADAR service to AdLarge's Return on Investment (ROI) Network. Envision Radio Networks has been part of RADAR for more than ten years.
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