Currents Headlines from the October 2007 Issue
Oct 1, 2007 1:00 AM
The online headlines from the October 2007 issue of Radio magazine.
D&M Holdings Acquires Calrec Audio
D&M Holdings also distributes Denon, Marantz, McIntosh Laboratory, Boston Acoustics, Snell Acoustics, Escient, Replay TV, D&M Professional, and D&M Premium Sound Solutions.
JK Audio Ships Daptor Three
The Radio magazine Pick Hit Award-winning wireless audio interface offers balanced and unbalanced line-level audio through a cell phone or portable audio device.
SBE Announces New Officers
Barry Thomas, CPBE CBNT, will become the Society's 25th president on Oct. 11.
Liquid Compass to Provide Media Players for Internet Radio
The custom media player will utilize Microsoft Silverlight technology to broadcast a live stream, while also using the cross-browser capabilities of Silverlight to rotate synchronized in-stream and banner advertisement content across multiple browsers and platforms.
FCC Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau Launches Disaster Information Reporting System
DIRS is a voluntary, web-based system that is used to report communications infrastructure status and situational awareness information during times of crisis.
Cooney Joins Beasley Broadcast Group
Michael Cooney takes over as Beasley's VP and CTO after eight years as DOE/IT for Entercom Kansas City.
Sandies Acquires Dynamax
LPB Communications has sold the Dynamax MX series of consoles to Sandies, a company owned and operated by David Strode.
APT Appoints Taylor as Application Support Engineer
Rolf Taylor joins APT after 12 years with Telos.
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