Immaculate Heart Radio is working with Myers Information Systems.
Several military bases install Vocal Booth products.
The Omnia.11 ships more than 100, VocalBooth delivers booths for game developers, and nearly 200 stations have installed WO Sales.
The NAB adds member stations and groups, Jampro supplies antennas in India, Vocalbooth sells equipment to educational institutions, Main Line Broadcasting streams with Abacast, and Tieline connects at the Super Bowl.
Limelight Networks provided streaming for NPR.
Österreichischer Rundfunk chose Harman Soundcraft consoles, and Jampro is working with JRTV.
McKenzie River Broadcasting installs Omnia.11 processors, Telos broadcasts in Greece, Radio de Cabo Verde is using Netia, and a Cleveland station is now employing Listener Driven Radio.
iApps is contracted by the Prime Radio and Omnia delivers in Chicago.
Axia delivers for six studios in Hawaii and vCreative signs seven new clients.
An Australian radio station is using iApps, Austereo has taken delivery from Nautel, and six Triad Broadcasting stations are now using vCreative.
Adelante Media Group selected WO Traffic.
Seven Zimmer Radio stations are using vCreativePPO, ESPN purchased Telos telephone interfaces, KAVX-FM has turned on a Harris transmitter, and Radio France upgraded to a Solid State Logic console.
Two Mortenson Broadcasting stations chose Omnia ONE, and Axia puts stations on-air in Australia.
Cumulus Media's Bridgeport, CT, radio cluster will get a makeover with Axia, four Phoenix stations are getting vCreative PPO, TargetSpot is working with CBS Radio, Clear Channel has launched a show with Jelli, Radio Television du Burkina is using Netia's Radio Assist 8, Vycon sells 300 systems and NOA Audio Solutions is working with Radiotelevizija Slovenija.
Five stations have added Axia, three added Omnia and three added Telos equipment, and Radio Iasi chooses Studer consoles.
Interlochen Public Radio installs a Dielectric antenna, and WHOV-FM is using Telos.
Corus Quay uses Telex, Radio One connects using Triton Loyalty, and Ireland's RTE adds more Studer to its lineup.
Clear Channel Radio has signed contracts for PPM, Continental Electronics is working with NASA, Radio Romania selected Netia, a Texas station chooses Omnia Audio, CBC Radio selects 2wcom, and Axia made sales to WDAC-FM.
Joy FM is using the BW Broadcast RBRX1 and Feba Radio is using the TX600, Logitek has made JetStream sales across the country, and three stations have joined the Liquid Compass Mobile Division.
Netia's Radio-Assist is being used in Tunisia and Australia, Digigram is working with TDF Group, Bell Media Group has deployed the Barix Reflector Service, Monumental Sports and Entertainment is partnering with Skyview Networks, and KDLS-FM is broadcasting with Harris.
WBGL-FM has become a repeat Axia client, Univision Radio has signed multi-year contracts for Arbitron's Portable People Meter, Radio 1 is working with Junger Audio, and AdGent Digital has an agreement with Radio One.
The Japan Broadcasting Corporation has ordered Tascam recorders, Skyview Networks is working with the Cleveland Browns, and the NewTek TriCaster has been deployed for a Nashville radio show.
Radio Nacional de España has ordered 15 NTP 625 digital audio routing systems, Yangaroo has signed a deal with the Academy of Country Music, Canada's NewCap invests in Axia products, Sadie sells to higher education, Barix/StreamGuys help broadcast sports, Sonifex is working with the Canadian Space Agency, and Concordia College is using Kaltman Creations products.
Barix audio over IP devices were used for the 2010 Commonwealth Games, and Skyview Networks is working with an NBA team.
KGMG-FM has placed an order for a Harris turnkey transmission and booster system.