Currents Headlines from the April 2007 Issue

April 1, 2007


The online headlines from the April 2007 issue of Radio magazine.


25-Seven Systems Becomes Axia Partner
25-Seven Systems will introduce Livewire compatibility for its Audio Time Manager time compression processor at NAB2007.

Day Sequerra Sells 1,000th HD Radio Monitor
The unit was sold to Vermont Public Radio (VPR) in Burlington, VT, who ordered the new Model M4.2R. VPR already owns a number of Day Sequerra M2.2 and M4.0 units.

Will-Burt Acquires AMI
Antenna Mast Incorporated (AMI) specializes in the design and manufacture of portable, multi-use telescoping mast systems. AMI will be integrated into the Mast Division of Will-Burt.

Snover Named VP of Wirecad
Paul Snover has joined Wirecad as vice president of sales and marketing. Snover''s experience includes work as a system designer, integrator and entrepreneur.

Continental Names Philips as Broadcast Product Line Manager
Norman Philips brings his 35 years of radio experience to Continental. Phillips served as VP and director of engineering for Susquehanna Radio until the company was purchased by Cumulus Media Partners in 2006.

DRE, TCL Ally to Manufacture FM Extra Receivers
Chinese consumer electronic products manufacturer TCL and Digital Radio Express (DRE) have formed a strategic alliance to jointly products that use DRE's FM Extra technology.

Axia Updates IP-Audio Driver
New features in Version 2.4.7.3 include an added audio recording path through the Windows Mixer for easier recording of local audio streams, reordered stream identifiers for easier configuration when using multiple-output audio playback or digital delivery systems, and enhanced interoperability with Windows Firewall.


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