Featured Stories from Currents Online - May 2002

May 1, 2002

Digigram Establishes Latin American Subsidiary

Creation of a new subsidiary in Cuernavaca, Mexico allows Digigram to continue serving this region and increase its customer service role.
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Dielectric Introduces New Warranty
Orders for new products will carry a five-year warranty, and complete systems will be covered by a 10-year warranty.
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Arbitron Releases Initial Round of PPM Ratings
The Portable People Meter continues to report higher average quarter-hour audiences on a 24-hour day, total-week basis for the combined electronic media stations and networks that encoded full time.
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Sirius Inducted Into Hall of Fame
The satellite broadcaster was inducted into the Space Foundation's Space Technology Hall of Fame for its transformation of technology originally developed for space into a commercial product.
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SAS Sales Team Adds McConnell and Armstrong
Brian McConnell handles the western region and Jim Armstrong takes on the eastern region.
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Engineer Relief Funds Gains New Contributor
The Ennes Trust and SBE have given their approval for the fund to be one of two 9/11 related charitable funds that will receive the proceeds from the sale of a new book titled Covering Catastrophe.
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RCS on Tour all Summer
RCS will bring radio programmers face-to-face with Selector programmers in what RCS is calling the Selector XV Victory Tour 2002. The tour allows RCS to interact with its clients to gain instant feedback to improve the company's products.
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StratosAudio Partners with Scott and Computer Concepts
AM and FM listener interactivity is possible for mobile phone users.
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