News/Talk Stations Choose 25-Seven
Boston - Sep 21, 2006 - Bonneville's WTOP in Washington, DC, Clear Channel's WLW in Cincinnati and WBUR in Boston have chosen 25-Seven's Audio Time Manager (ATM). Described as an "audio Tivo on steroids," the ATM allows stations to manage time to as introduce random starting events, drop IDs and create breaks in the middle of continuous programs.
"We are using the ATM on a daily basis to help our local news keep on time," said WBUR Chief Engineer Michael LeClair. " It took a few weeks for us to understand how the ATM could help us; now we can't imagine doing our local breaks any other way."
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