Klotz Sells 300th Vadis D.C.II 

The 300th console was purchased by Malaysia's national broadcaster Radio Television Malaysia (RTM).

Arbitron Begins Second Phase Of PPM Market Trial 

Over the next 12 to 16 weeks, Arbitron expects to recruit a representative panel of 1,500 consumers, age 6 and older, in the Philadelphia Designated Market Area.

Enco and Stratosaudio Partnership Signed at CES 

Enco is the first automation manufacturer to enable a real-time direct feed to the Stratosaudio Broadcast Management Software.

Chaincast Attains High Spot in Radio Streaming 

Chaincast is the first to deploy a carrier-grade, Internet-based multicast system for live streaming.

XM Announces 30,000 Subscribers 

The press conference included comments from the CEOs of radio manufacturers and consumer equipment dealers in addition to comments from Hugh Panero, CEO of XM.

Satellite Export & Engineering Becomes Patriot Antenna Systems 

Patriot Antenna Systems will continue to offer all of the equipment and services that it provided as SEE.

Sirius Tools for February Launch 

The company discussed its upcoming service launch and new programming lineup.

Audio Precision and Digigram Unveil Testing Capabilities 

Audio Precision has released a special Digigram version of its Application Note for PC audio device performance tests.

DAR Restructures With Amek 

The DAR products will benefit from AMEK's manufacturing facilities, ensuring product consistency and reliability.

Shure, Sennheiser Bust Counterfeiters 

Two leading manufacturers of microphones worldwide have joined together with China's Administration for Industry and Commerce (AIC) to take a stand against the production and sale of counterfeit microphones.

XM Closes New Financing 

The underwriter of the deal was Morgan Stanley.

SiteShell Transforms Into Platform Licensing Company 

Cavalry also received all rights to the SiteShell name, all of SiteShell's service marks, and other intellectual property.

Klotz Digital Moves Deutsche Welle 

In the spring of 2002, Germany’s International Broadcast Service will move from its present location in Cologne to its new premises in Bonn.

Gentner to Become ClearOne Communications 

The name change will take effect Jan. 1, 2002, at which time the company will begin trading under the symbol "CLRO" on the Nasdaq stock market.

Sirius Announces Launch Plans 

Sirius Satellite Radio will launch its service on February 14, 2002, in the metropolitan markets of Houston, Denver and Phoenix.

XM Launches Nationwide 

The expansion brings 100 channels of music, news, sports and entertainment across the entire continental United States.

Harris Restructures Carlsbad Office 

The Carlsbad, CA, facility was acquired by Harris in 1998 when it purchased the assets of Pacific Research and Engineering.

US Navy Awards Tube Contract To Econco 

State-of-the-art Navy AEGIS ships employ power tubes to pulse powerful radars in the first fully integrated radar and missile defense system developed.

Dielectric Expands Palmyra, MO Facility 

The 16,000 square foot addition will house the company's expanding engineering staff. The addition will more than double the current floorspace and allow for the use of manufacturing cell technology.

GM of Canada Puts DAB On The Road 

This development is the culmination of a strategic alliance formed between GM of Canada and Digital Radio Roll-Out Inc. (DRRI).

AV Communications Wins Export Award 

The winner of this award is recognized for outstanding achievement in the area of enterprise and global export.

Walters-Storyk Designs Gap Digital Radio Complex 

The 3,000 square-foot facility is located in the Chicago suburb of Wheaton, adjacent to Wheaton College.

XM Satellite Radio Expands Nationwide Rollout 

XM radios are available in the Southwest and are arriving in the Southeast over the next two weeks.

Arbitron Releases Fall 2001 Population Estimates 

This update covers total, black and Hispanic populations for persons age 12 and older and will be used for the Fall 2001 survey.

Dataworld Purchased by Owners of Skywaves 

Dataworld, now in its 30th year of operation, is a provider of custom marketing and coverage maps, technical services, directories, map books, and facility change notification services to the broadcasting industry.

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