The root of the upgrade involved a transition from a serviceable but outdated networked audio system to a Harris VistaMax platform.
A live performance hall highlights the new studios of Alpha Broadcasting
Corus Entertainment is one of Canada's largest media companies, operating nearly 50 radio stations.
LED lighting system
After 31 years, the studios were ready for an update.
It's a state-of-the-art facility, but it maintains its community heritage with studios in an antique theater.
Determined to increase operating efficiencies by having a more advanced means of gathering and managing program material from multiple sources located throughout Canada, CBC/Radio-Canada's has reached a lofty milestone in its multi-year plan to enhance its facilities.
The plan included a complete makeover of the play-by-play broadcast booth and the construction of a new pre/post-game stage in the Grand Entry Plaza.
A fan of the popular program on WKSU-FM provided a generous donation so the station could be more visible in the community.
Miniature mercury free tilt sensor switches
Snap-in mounted rocker switches
Communication and equipment shelters
Temperature-managing equipment enclosures
Outdoor facility cages
Snap-in mount pushbuttons
Outdoor WiMax enclosure
Surface mount toggle and pushbutton switches
Originally built in 1986 as WKYN, WDDH (95-7 The Hound) was wheezing along with aging analog consoles that needed constant repair and dated handmade chipboard and plywood furniture. You should see the facility now.
When Moody Bible Institute decided to rebuild its studio complex for the stations in central Alabama, a process began that brought the operations of stations from several cities into consideration.