Jampro Antennas has been awarded the contract to provide a turnkey project to consolidate three FM signals for KUER, the Salt Lake City-based radio station operated by Utah State University. Jampro will deliver and install an FM broadband panel antenna, model JAHD Arrowhead Dipole with protective radomes, plus transmission line and required monitoring. An RCCC Constant Impedance combiner will bring the KUER, KUER-HD2 and KUER-HD3 signals together. The system will be housed in a harsh mountaintop environment above 12,000 feet in one of the country's few remaining manned transmitter sites.
VRT, the Flemish-language national broadcaster in Belgium, has chosen the Dalet Radio Suite HD to modernize the existing production systems for Radio 2 and its five regional stations. When completed, the upgrade will provide advanced production and playout capabilities with highly redundant IT-based centralized storage, servers, and database.
WideOrbit has been named to the Inc. 5000, a ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies, for the fourth consecutive year.
Jampro Antennas has been contracted to provide an FM antenna system for radio station KJOK in Altus, OK. The configuration consists of Jampro's model JHPC high-power FM Penetrator antenna, complete with transmission line and RCBC band pass filters.
Sonuma, the subsidiary of Belgium's RTBF (Radio Television Belge Francophone) responsible for the digitization and commercialization of audiovisual archives, has given new life to the broadcaster's archives using the Netia Content Management System (CMS). Since its installation of the Netia system in 2011, Sonuma has digitized a substantial proportion of RTBF's 120,000-hour radio and television archive.
Audingo helped drive increases in the ratings of Rock 103.9 Bryan-College Station, TX, two-book Arbitron diary market by engaging listeners via personalized phone calls, texts and emails. The Audingo platform also allows for personalities to send videos to fans who can join in on the conversation via the "talk back" feature.