India's Sun TV has standardized on Broadcast Electronics' Audiovault digital media system for all 45 of its FM radio stations.
Pro audio distributor Group One has reached an agreement with digital console manufacturer Digico to distribute its products within the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
Additional plans call for the establishment of an international consortium of equipment manufacturers, broadcasters and other organizations to help foster broad adoption of the initiative.
Westwood One/Metro Networks and Maptuit have deployed Real Traffic, the online interactive traffic service, on more than 200 local websites for radio, TV, newspaper affiliates and Department of Transportation clients nationwide.
The transaction is intended to provide a conduit to digit TV for Audemat. Since 2002, Audemat has added two companies to its group: Aztec and Ecreso.
Nautel has been awarded the contract for the deployment of high-power FM transmitters in the UK for National Grid Wireless...
Axia Audio's IP University, which debuted at the 2007 NAB Radio Show, is designed specifically for broadcast engineers who want to familiarize themselves with IP audio networks.
Since the first music log was run for Steve Schram at WZZU-FM Milwaukee in 1983, founder Joe Knapp's music scheduling software has been known as Revolve, Music Scan and, since 1995, Music Master.
Ibiquity Digital is showcasing and demonstrating the first group of HD Radio receivers incorporating Apple Itunes Tagging technology at the 2008 International Consumer Electronics Show.
Neural Audio and codec developer Voice Age have released Neural-AMR-WB+ upgraded with Neural-THX Surround.
THX, Neural Audio and Sierra Entertainment, a division of Vivendi Games, announced that Prototype, a first-person shooter game, will be the first video game to feature Neural-THX Surround.
French broadcast integrator and playout system provider Adeuxi Activity and its newly-inaugurated IP-Studio integration division are the newest additions to Axia Audio’s list of international partners.
Burk Technology has announced the winner of the 2007 Custom Views Championship Contest.
Clear Channel Outdoor has made an agreement with the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) to display wanted messages on all of its digital billboards across the country.
Codec manufacturer Tieline Technology has joined the Audio-via-IP Experts Group as a technology provider advising on the interoperability of audio codecs when broadcasting over IP.
Media Monitors, the broadcast monitoring and verification service, turned its attention to the stations that switch their formats to Christmas music during December to compile the company's latest report.
Destiny Media and Sydney-based Shooting Star Picture Company will be representing the Clipstream and MPE product lines in Australia and New Zealand.
the Audemat Group has decided to expand its approach to environmental concerns that came about through ISO 14001 certification, the environmental management standards that exist to help organizations minimize the negative impact of their operations on the environment.
Harris has donated a high-power FM radio transmitter and digital exciter to the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary.
Crown recently had the distinction of being a tour site for the Association for Manufacturing Excellence (AME) 2007 International Conference in Chicago.
Belfast-based APT has been awarded the Export Excellence Award at the 2007 Belfast Business Awards.
Streaming provider Jetcast has added additional services to radio stations, including Sam Broadcaster software automation and Stream Ads spot insertion, both provided by Spacial Audio.
Harris recently conducted technology seminars at the first HD Radio Conference in Sao Paolo, Brazil, Nov. 6-8, 2007.
CBS has launched the CBS Mobile Zone, a free 36-block Wi-fi area in Midtown Manhattan. Coverage of the hotspot will ultimately range from Central Park South to 42nd Street between 8th Avenue and the Avenue of the Americas.
Axia Audio has released version 18.104.22.168 of its IP audio driver for Windows.
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