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News from the Manufacturers

                (A cumulative listing of known software/firmware updates can be found here)                 
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  • 11/12/19 - LBA is offering a new Hybrid ColoCoil for 4G/5G Cellular that makes isolating Hybrid cable on AM towers hassle free and dependable.

    The Hybrid ColoCoil -series isocouplers economically isolate current fiber/copper hybrid cables from “hot” AM towers. Hybrid cables are fast replacing coaxial cables for advanced 4G and new 5G cellular installations. For legacy AM colocations, LBA Hybrid ColoCoils become drop-in upgrade replacements for coaxial ColoCoils, saving valuable space in tower-base compounds.

More information is here.

  • 11/12/19 - BW Broadcast has released Version 3 of firmware - as a FREE download  for their V3 transmitter series. Information and download link is here.
     

  • 10/30/19 - Inovonics has been making the INOmini line for ten years now. To celebrate, they have set up a "Rack Pack" bundle promotion that may interest you, as it lets you build a "rack pack" that fits your needs. More details are here.
     

  • 10/27/19 - Angry Audio has announced their new Headphone Gizmo, a high quality amplifier with or without a volume control.
                                   
    Find more info on Angry Audio's Headphone Gizmo here.
     

  • 925/19 - Nautel has a special deal for those who want/need to retire an old tube transmitter: until January 31, 2020, stations can get up to a $10,000 credit AND keep the old transmitter for backup use. Get the info here.
     

  • 9/25/19 - Comrex introduced two new products at the Radio Show this year. The new ACCESS NX Rack is a complete redesign of the industry standard ACCESS Rackmount IP audio codec, featuring a more powerful processing core, new HTML5-based web browser control interface and AES67 compatibility. The new ACCESS MultiRack features five ACCESS IP codecs in a 1RU, 19-inch rackmount chassis with the same new features as in the ACCESS NX Rack.
     

  • The Telos Alliance has a new console, the Axia Quasar, a 6th Generation AoIP Console.
    It was unveiled at IBC and NAB, and there is more information here.

     

  • 9/19/19 - GatesAir has now added Video transport added to the Intraplex audio transport platform.
     

  • 9/4/19 - Nautel will have a special program at IBC on Saturday on DRM implementation. We are told it will also be available later on the drm.org website.
     

  • 9/4/19 - At IBC and NAB, the Telos Alliance demonstrate the new Omnia MPX Node.
      
    This hardware codec is capable of transmitting a complete FM composite
    signal via IP, at rates as low as 320 kbps.
     

  • 9/4/19 - The Telos Alliance announced a new audio processor, the Linear Acoustic LA-5300. The LA-5300 is specifically designed to deliver loudness control, upmixing, watermarking, coding and monitoring for ATSC 3.0 audio.

    The LA-5300 provides loudness control via the Dolby® Real-Time Loudness leveler (when encoding to AC-4). The LA-5300 can upmix from stereo to 5.1-channel and can also decode incoming AC-4 streams for confidence monitoring, bitstream analysis, and for audience measurement using the optional Nielsen and Verance watermark encoders.
     

  • 9/4/19 - LAWO Announces Power Core MAX, a AES67 mixing engine that supports up to four independent Lawo mixing surfaces.
                
    In addition to giving users incredible amounts of processing, routing and I/O capabilities, Power Core has 96 available DSP channels and the capacity to handle hundreds of analog, digital and AES67 audio signals. According to Clark Novak, "with the Power Core MAX license pack, a single engine can be controlled by more than one mixing surface."


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    9/4/19 - GatesAir, has expanded its range of DAB Radio transmitters and solutions to include multi-carrier and liquid-cooled innovations, starting with debuts at IBC2019. Many of the new innovations result from the company?s recent acquisition of ONEtastic, known forward as GatesAir S.r.l.
     

  • 8/22/19 - LAWO announces their AES67 Stream Monitor, a new software product for Windows PCs, debuting at IBC 2019.
        
    Called an easy way to keep themselves informed about the state of their program streams, Clark Novak says: "Broadcasters are vocal about their support for the AES67 standard. But they've had no easy way to inspect and monitor critical audio streams. AES67 Stream Monitor addresses this issue and fills their need."
     

  • Wheatstone is adding a remote interface for their LXE control surface. Remote LXE mirrors the LXE hardware surface as a fully functional and studio-ready user interface, complete with like buttons and knobs as well as familiar navigation and menuing options for setting EQ curves, filtering and other custom settings.
     

  • ENCO announced DAD Disaster Recovery (DAD-DR), a cloud-based companion to the company’s renowned DAD radio automation system that provides a fully-featured clone ready to take over program and ad playout on a moment's notice in case of a natural disaster or critical technical failure.
     
     

  • 8/13/19 - Comrex is now shipping the newest addition to their industry-leading ACCESS IP audio codec line, ACCESS NX Rack.

    ACCESS NX Rack includes AES3 or analog audio I/O, along with AES67 compatibility. It can connect to Wi-fi and 4G modems, and supports a wide arrange of connection protocols and audio encoders. It’s driven via a new HTML5-based web user interface.
     

  • 8/12/19 - Broadcast Depot has announced a new app to bring your station to listeners in an enhanced way - and one easily monetized. TuApp works with iOS and Android, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Smart TV, and more.
     

  • 7/21/19 - Crown Broadcast is celebrating their 30th year of making transmitters next year. Right now, they are looking for the oldest operating model, and giving away a free "Companion" Internet and Control unit to the oldest, and ALSO drawing for five more of the entries.
     

  • 7/18/19 - Inovonics has announced the complete transition to their new INOmini model lines. INOmini models 633, 634, 636, 639, 660 are no longer available.
     

  • 7/11/19 - Digital Alert Systems has prepared a white paper with information for EAS Participants.
     

  • 6/17/19 - If you are considering getting a DAVICOM Cortex 320, now is the time (until August 1): Ask your dealer for a quote, or call Davicom to get your customized price quote. The new Cortex 320 that will officially ship this September. This is a limited offer that you will not want to miss. A video is here.
     

  • 5/6/19 - Inovonics is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the INOmini.

    The economically sized INOmini occupies just 1/3-rack allowing broadcasters to optimize their rack space with unique INOmini solutions for audio processing, RDS encoding, and monitoring for AM | FM | RDS | HD-Radio | DAB+.
     

  • 5/2/19 - Nautel announced upcoming support for HD Radio MP11 enhanced data modes in all GV Series FM transmitters, bringing an extra 24 kbps for data transmission or for addition of another audio channel to FM stations operating in hybrid digital mode.

    They also announced significant enhancements to the HD MultiCast+ Importer/Exporter including integral Orban audio processing for both HD2 and HD3 and simplified setup of Artist Experience data.

    There was also a Nautel demonstration of significant reductions in power usage for AM transmitters via an NX5 transmitter at NAB. MDCL technology is now incorporated at no charge in all NX Series transmitters, with the possibility to save up to US$50,000 per year!
     

  • 5/2/19 - Angry Audio has launched their new Mic Tally Gizmo. This Gizmo has one job: to illuminate those tantalizing mic arm tallies that have become popular. Using a 5-pin XLR to carry both mic audio and logic signals, bottom passes mic audio to your preamp while dual, optically-isolated logic inputs energize the mic arm tally colors. Installation in a 2-inch round hole takes just minutes.
     

  • 5/2/19 - Monroe Electronics, makes of the DASDEC EAS boxes, presents their "Trade up" program for older boxes that may be close to end of life.
     

  • 5/2/19 - GatesAir's Flexiva FMXi 4g is now shipping.
     

  • 4/4/19 - Wheatstone's LXE, the IP audio console that broke new ground as the industry’s first reprogrammable control surface, adds a multi-touch remote UI for multiple operators sharing board duties during fast-paced productions.

    Remote LXE mirrors the LXE hardware surface as a fully functional and studio-ready user interface. See it in Booth N6806
     

  • 4/4/19 - Inovonics has announced a half dozen new/updated products this year in booth N6524. Everything from off air and online monitors to RDS to audio processors will be on display. Scroll down or search for "Inovonics" to see each of them!
     

  • 4/4/19 - Comrex will be at C2330 with their ACCESS MultiRack, ACCESS NX Rack, HotSwap, and Firmware version 4.3-p6.
     

  • 4/4/19 - Henry Engineering SportsCaster so impressed the student staff at Hoover High School in North Canton, Ohio, that the students in the VideoProduction class produced a video starring Henry Engineering's SportsCaster. It is only a minute or so, but worth a look to see what the kids are doing these days!
     

  • 4/4/19 - The Telos Alliance has entered into an exclusive agreement to market, sell, and support Junger Audio-branded products globally. You can get more information and demonstrations at booth SU3921 in the Upper South Hall.
     
  • 4/4/19 - SAS announces and will show its new CORE Advanced AoIP and Multimedia Router will debut at the 2019 NAB Show, booth N6520



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  • 4/2/19 - Nautel plans a demonstration of MDCL on the NAB Show floor, in booth N5924 using an NX5, 5 kW transmitter. Also, a power saving calculator will be available to see what MDCL can do for you.
     
    Also on show: Nautel’s commitment to digital broadcasting has brought new capabilities to FM stations running HD Radio programming. The company’s flagship GV Series of FM transmitters will soon support operation using the MP11 enhanced data mode, with industry-leading digital power and efficiency. Use of advanced data modes provides higher HD Radio data rates, supporting additional audio and data services such as traffic reporting or emerging IoT applications.
     

  • 3/27/19 - Wheatstone  will introduce their Strata 32 audio console at NAB 2019, with 64 channels and the latest IP audio innovation into a 40-inch frame that fits most television applications and budgets under US $75,000.

    For a more modest budget, the Glass LXE is a multi-touch UI that operates as a standalone virtual console similar in function, feel and layout to the network’s flagship LXE hardware control surface, working into the WheatNet-IP audio network, providing a complete IP audio ecosystem of consoles, talent stations, I/O units, accessories and SIP phone and codec distribution appliances.
     

  • 3/27/19 - Comrex will roll out the ACCESS MultiRack system, said to be equal to five IP audio codecs in one box. ACCESS MultiRack allows for five simultaneous full-duplex connections to ACCESS Portables (Classic, 2USB, and NX), ACCESS Racks (Classic and NX), and BRIC-Link (Classic and II) codecs as well as the FieldTap app. The first codec features AES67 in addition to AES3 and standard analog I/O while the remaining four codecs all utilize AES67 I/O.
     

  • 3/27/19 - The INOmini 661 is Inovonics' second-generation, small form-factor off-air monitoring receiver for EBU-specified DAB and DAB+ digital radio broadcasts.
     
    The 661 provides high-quality confidence monitoring and delivers a dual audio feed with independently-adjustable analog and AES digital audio outputs. Front-panel and remote alarms indicate transmission problems, and the compact size of the INOmini 661 allows the mounting of three units in a 1U rack space.

     

  • 3/27/19 - Nautel  is celebrating their 50th year with lots of interesting items on display:

    • AM Radio innovation featuring a live demo of All-Digital AM transmission.
    • AM Power Savings demo featuring MDCL algorithms and Orban MDCL-optimized audio processing.
    • Live demo of HD Radio MP11 mode on a GV Series for broadcasters wanting more data capacity.
    • How HD PowerBoost gives a power and efficiency advantage over transmitters using PAR2.
    • HD MultiCast+ combined Importer/Exporter with expanded functionality for AM and FM.
    • Comprehensive transmitter control via our award-winning Advanced User Interface (AUI).
    • Nautel's AUI Companion and HTML roadmap.
    • VS Series low power FM live demo featuring AUI, AUI Companion and Orban Inside.
    • Designated technical support area with customer service reps on hand to answer your questions.
    • New Nautel sales team members Ted Nahil and Jeff Wilson.
       
  • 3/27/19 - Angry Audio makes its debut at NAB this year, with several products:
     
    • The Guest Gizmo, a compact in-desk device that installs in minutes in standard grommet-sized cutouts and provides each studio guest with a cough button for mic muting, headphone amp with volume control, and a relay to light mic arm tallies. 
    • The Talkshow Gadget,which adds essential features like monitor volume control, second monitor input and automatic speaker muting to inexpensive live mixers. Available with tabletop, under-desk or rack-mount options, the Talkshow Gadget even includes logic for “On Air” lamps and pushbutton on/off control of up to 4 mic channels.
    • The Failsafe Gadget, a compact half-width 1RU device that automatically helps guard against dead air. Connect a main program output and backup feed to the balanced inputs, and select silence-sense interval and threshold; if primary audio is interrupted, the backup source switches to air, while a logic circuit sends an alert.
    • The Balancing Gadget. More than just a matching device, the Balancing Gadget (with exclusive “Ground-Breaking” technology) suppresses ground loop noise while converting unbalanced signals to broadcast-grade balanced audio. No wall-warts: an internal low-noise linear power supply and direct-coupled transformerless audio circuitry help ensure pristine audio. Available in single, dual and bi-directional models.
    • he Distribution Gadget, also with exclusive “Ground-Breaking” technology, suppresses input ground loop noise before sending pristine, sonically transparent audio to 8 destinations. Dual inputs (balanced and unbalanced) add program switching capability; stereo / mono summing and mode switching adds flexibility. Tons of headroom, too ? up to 24 ddBm per output.

 

  • 3/20/19 - Inovonics will launch yet another new product at NAB. New INOmini 679 FM/HD Radio Broadcast Receiver is Inovonics' third-generation, small form-factor FM and FM-band HD Radio broadcast monitor receiver. It receives both analog FM and digital HD1-HD8 radio channels for confidence monitoring and delivers a high-quality audio feed for rebroadcast or program distribution throughout the broadcast facility.
     

  • 3/14/19 - GatesAir will unveil their Intraplex Ascent next month, a scalable, multichannel Audio over IP transport solution that addresses the convergence of broadcast operations with IT infrastructure. Introduced as a technology demonstration at IBC in September, the 2019 NAB Show marks the official introduction of the complete working solution. More information.
     

  • Responding to the pending demise of Adobe Flash, Comrex has released firmware version 4.3-p6 for ACCESS and BRIC-Link codecs, which includes an experimental version of a new HTML5-based user interface along with bug fixes and improvements.
    This way, Comrex has provided an alternative to the Flash-based GUI with this new, fresh, user-friendly interface. More information.
     

  • Inovonics will launch yet another new product at NAB. The new 676 is replacing its predecessor - model 636 NOAA Weather Receiver.
                     
    This is a second-generation, small form-factor off-air radio receiver for reception of NOAA weather information and alerts. It tunes all US and Canadian weather band frequencies and responds to the 1050Hz Warning Alarm Tone (WAT).
     
    The INOmini 676 receiver gives front-panel and remote alarm indications for WAT, Low Signal and Audio Loss conditions and delivers both analog and AES digital audio outputs with adjustable levels. More information.

     
     

  • 3/6/19 - Wheatstone will introduce their new SwitchBlade AoIP appliance during  NAB.
         
    SwitchBlade is a 1RU appliance for the WheatNet-IP audio network that includes audio codecs, SIP messaging and ACI control interface. It is the first product of its kind to combine the power of AoIP logic control with SIP connectivity and codec bandwidth optimization. It removes the barriers to seamlessly sharing studio operation and high-quality programming between facilities, sports venues, and other sites in separate locations.
     

  • 3/6/19 - Inovonics will launch a new family of SiteStreamers called the SOFIA SiteStreamer Plus, a ½-rack width unit with Analog and AES Digital audio outputs, as well as an AoIP. It allows up to 10 people to listen remotely to the audio stream simultaneously. The first model - SOFIA 568 FM/HD Radio SiteStreamer+ is an FM/HD Radio monitor-receiver.

    Inovonics will also launch t
    he INOmini 673 - Inovonics' second-generation, small form-factor FM broadcast monitor for professional applications.
    A sensitive and selective off-air receiver for standard analog-FM broadcasts, the 673 decodes and displays the most important data from RDS/RBDS data groups as well.
    The 673 has application as a 'confidence monitor' or as a rebroadcast receiver in FM translator service.

     

  • 3/6/19 - GatesAir has brought to market what is said to be the first Embedded HD Radio program importer/exporter: The Flexiva FMXi 4g.
       
    Features
    include an Integrated Diversity Delay, Dynamic Time & Audio Correction, Integrated Audio & PAD,  Monitoring, No Fans or Moving Parts, Full Support of SFN, Fast Bootup Time, Simplified Artist Experience Setup, No Windows Operating System. More information at: https://www.gatesair.com/
     

  • 3/6/19 - Digital Alert Systems will feature the latest iteration of HALO, a first-of-a-kind enterprise-grade Emergency Alert Systems (EAS) management solution capable of overseeing all encoders/decoders and managing all connected EAS devices within an organization. This web-based, enterprise-wide tool forms a single aggregation point through which multiple users from different departments (engineering, legal, etc.) - all with varying permission levels - can oversee the health and status of each EAS device.

    More information is available here.
     

  • 3/6/19 - Logitek has introduced mixIT, a compact AoIP audio console.

    mixIT works in conjunction with Logitek’s JetStream Mini and JetStream Plus routers as well as the new Jet-67 AES-67 engine.

    More information is here.

 

  • 3/1/19 - Davicom is pleased to be host their 5th annual edition of the DEX, the DAVICOM EXCHANGE FORUM on Tuesday, April 9th from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM at the Wheel House at the High Roller, 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, in Las Vegas. Breakfast is provided. Invitation is by RSVP to: dex@davicom.com

    The DEX forum serves as a platform for technical exchanges between Davicom community users, specialized training and support professionals and those new to the benefits and flexibility of Davicom's Remote Site Management Systems.  More info is here.  
     

  • 2/28/19 - Wheatstone has announced the introduction of its PhoneBlade VoIP telephone system for multi-host talkshows at NAB 2019.
       
    With VoIP phone systems rapidly replacing packet-switched telephone network (PSTN) phone systems due to their significant cost savings and flexibility, the PhoneBlade is made specifically for connecting VoIP phone systems directly into the WheatNet-IP audio network without telephone hybrids or other interfaces.

    PhoneBlade offers up to 24 lines in a 1RU appliance with an optional call controller hardware panel that has two network connections: one for connecting to one or more SIP phone providers via the Internet or to an internal SIP PBX, and the other for connecting directly into the WheatNet IP audio network. More information is here.
     

  • 2/27/19 - Inovonics introduces their second generation AM Receiver Model 734, replacing the 634.
                         
    • The INOmini 674 is a sensitive, DSP-based (SDR) receiver.
    • Easy front-panel setup uses jog-wheel menu navigation with a large color-LCD display. Critical system menus are hidden.
    • Flashing-red front-panel alarms and rear-panel 'tallies' indicate Carrier Loss and Audio Program Loss.
    • Balanced analog and AES-digital program line outputs have separately-adjustable levels and may be used simultaneously.
    • Firmware is Field-Upgradeable via USB. firmware upgrades are FREE

    More information here.
     

  • 2/27/19 -Comrex announces their ACCESS NX Rack debuted at NAB 2018, is being released for shipping this year.
      
    ACCESS NX Rack features completely redesigned hardware, allowing for AES67, AES3 or analog audio I/O. NX Rack can connect to Wi-Fi and 4G modems, and supports a wide range of connection protocols and audio encoders. It’s driven via a new HTML5-based web user interface. ACCESS NX Rack is backward-compatible with all Comrex IP audio codecs and the Comrex FieldTap smartphone app. https://www.comrex.com/
     

  • 2/14/19 - Davicom is proud to announce the release of Cortex360 Firmware 6.02.23522. New features include 32 Up/Down Counters, 32 Activity Monitors, Workspace Panel Hyperlinks, 32 SNMP Devices,Up to 32 Modbus Devices (an added cost feature), Higher data compression rate, Math Function Averaging Operator, amd No-login Web View. Download page is here.
     
  • 2/12/19 - Nautel's NUG@NAB2019 will be their best yet - a conference and lunch at NAB. 2019 marks Nautel's 50th year, and they are offering new purchasers a special "extra 50 month warranty," among other things. Check out www.nautel.com
     
  • 2/11/19 -Inovonics has announced a price increase will occur on April 1st,
    so those planning a purchase should contact their representatives soon.


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  • 2/7/19 - Henry Engineering has announced their SportsCaster is now in stock. It is the "missing link" that manages all aspects of play-by-play audio.  It mixes the announcers' mics, controls and distributes headphone audio for announcers, producer, and camera operators, and provides an intercom for communication between everyone.


     
    SportsCaster works with Henry Engineering's Sports Pod announcer stations, and integrates eliminates the need for multiple mixers, headphone amps, distribution systems, and complicated wiring.

    Detailed information is available at https://henryeng.com/sportscaster/.

     

  • 2/7/19 - Futuri has announced the launch of POST Video, which enables radio stations to seamlessly turn their audio into compelling video content for socials and websites with very little time or effort required on their part.

    A unique feature is that the videos delivered pull from a huge library of fully-licensed footage from major entertainment, sports, and lifestyle events. A game-changer for stations who struggle to find the time or licensing resources to create video content, which we all know gets more important by the day.

    For more information, check
    http://www.futurimedia.com/post
     

  • 12/13/18 - MONROE ELECTRONICS has released an update for their DASDEC units. The Version 4.0 software upgrade brings a wealth of enhancements, including a complete OS upgrade and improved software-update management tools. The upgrade also includes industryfirst Triggered Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Polling, a powerful tool for presenting more complete alert information to the public, as well as support for the new Blue Alert (BLU) Emergency Alert System (EAS) code. Included in the major OS upgrade is a cybersecurity update and numerous security patches.
     

  • 12/6/18 - Axia had launched its new iQx AoIP console. It looks like a traditional console, but its actually a surface and mix engine rolled into one. Axia dove deep with AES67, giving users access to every source, anywhere on the network with nearly limitless connection possibilities.  More info at: https://www.telosalliance.com/
                  

    Built from the ground up as an AoIP console, iQx is AES67-compliant and stands fully capable of supporting emerging standards including SMPTE 2110-30. There’s no limit to the number of sources and connections users can access on the network.

    If you already have an existing AoIP network, you may not even need to add additional I/O, meaning you don’t have to pay for I/O interfaces you don’t need.

     

  • 12/6/18 - StreamS has released a new encoder update: StreamS2 HLSdirect. Previously this encoder was only available as a 4, 8, and 16 source for big providers. Now it is available as a 2 source, and has been priced down accordingly.
     

  • 11/13/18 - Comrex has introduced HotSwap, a new feature for their ACCESS and BRIC-Link II IP codecs that adds a long-sought reliability feature. HotSwap allows users to back up their studio-to-transmitter link (STL) or other dedicated link with a wireless modem and lets users select a network that will only be engaged if the primary network fails.
     
    HotSwap is included in firmware version 4.3, which is available now for all ACCESS and BRIC-Link II codecs. Users can download it free using Device Manager.   
     

  • 11/13/18 - Inovonics has a new video to introduce their "RackPack" - a way to rackmount several of their products, 3 INOmini, 2 half-rack, or one of each:

     

  • 10/29/18 - BlackLoud has begun shipping of their SOUNDOT AF1, which was introduced at the Fall NAB Show. The SOUNDOT AF1 is a hardware/software combination which provides radio functions to iPhones with Lightning connectors (generally, models 5 and above).
     

  • 10/11/18 - GatesAir Flexiva FMXi 4g is GatesAir’s fourth-generation Importer/Exporter, combining both functions into a fully software-embedded architecture that eliminates boot-up processes, moving parts and troublesome PC-based applications. The FMXi 4g is also the industry’s first HD Radio Importer/Exporter solution to provide dynamic time and audio correction, using GatesAir’s exclusive HD Diversity Delay algorithm - requiring no manual time alignment adjustments on the engineering side.
     

  • SportsCaster is Henry Engineering's newest product.  It's a "Sports Broadcast Audio Control System" that manages and controls all aspects of play-by-play audio. It provides comprehensive audio facilities for the entire broadcast team: play-by-play announcers, producer, field reporter, and camera operators.

    SportsCaster's most unique feature is the ability to custom-mix the headphone audio for each user. What the play-by-play talent hears might be different from what the camera ops hear. The announcers need an intercom to chat with each other (off-air), as well as talk to the Producer. The field reporter needs a dedicated headphone feed, with intercom to/from the Producer, but isolated from the announcer's intercom.

  • 9/20/18 - Inovonics is celebrating 30 years of service from President/CEO Ben Barber.  Barber has been in place in 1988, and had been named CTO in 2007. He has been a key player in bringing Inovonics to its current factory location, developing new products for the company - and active in customer support.

    Meanwhile,
    Inovonics has added new features to the INOmini 662 DAB+ SiteStreamer
                   
    You now can remotely monitor up to thirty sources of DABB+ programming over the Internet. Tune-in, switch modes, listen remotely via streamed audio, and receive email or text alarms for various reception problems. And now, the 662 also allows you to view remotely the MOT visual slide shows.
     

  • 9/19/18 - If you had trouble reaching Wheatstone over the past week, they have now re-opened the factory after Hurricane Florence blew through. The factory was on a high piece of land in New Bern, NC. Reports are that while power outages affected almost everyone, about half the staff did not lose their homes to water or wind damage.
     

  • 9/13/18 - The Telos Alliance is to release updated this coming week for Omnia.9 and Omnia.11, including some new features, including new clippers.

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    Also this week, Lawo unveils its new Ruby Mixing Console. The system includes dual-redundant networking and Dante I/O operation.

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    A new analog control console line comes from Calrec. It is IP-based, with a focus on flexibility.
     
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    Google
    is now 20 years old, Google Chrome hits 10 years.
     

  • 9/6/17 - Nautel announces three new websites, making it even easier to find the information you want. www.nautel.com is focused on products while everything to do with Support is at support.nautel.com.
     

  • 9/6/17 - Lawo, German manufacturer of IP-based audio / video systems and control solutions, will show their latest innovation for Radio at IBC 2018: mixing consoles compliant with the SMPTE 2022-7 network-reliability standard.
     
    Also to be unveiled at IBC will be an upgrade to LAWO's Relay virtual console. The virtual radio suite 4.0 includes SMPTE 2022-7 capability.

    9/6/17 - Wheatstone announnced a new software release for its VoxPro recorder/editor, the popular digital audio editing system used in broadcast studios and newsrooms worldwide for live recording and editing of call-ins, interviews, and spots.

    Wheatstone also announced that it is once again partnering with other vendors in the IP Showcase at IBC to demonstrate AES67 compatibility and IP audio networking in radio and television environments.
     

  • 8/29/18 - Wheatstone has a deal for you on a new PRE console. The new PRE DMX console can be purchased for $4995, including 8 channels of faders, the engine, I/O, and software. A nice console, a very nice price. Check it out here.
     

  • 8/24/18 - Wheatstone has a deal for you on a new PRE console.               
     

  • This is the DMX console that can be purchased for $4995, including 8 channels of faders, the engine, I/O, and Software.  There are also other size/feature versions.

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  • 7/24/18 - ENCO and Octopus Newsroom have partnered to streamline news production and playout workflows. for broadcasters worldwide. Using support for the Media Object Server (MOS) protocol, seamless integration between their respective solutions eliminates disruptive workflow barriers to let journalists focus on creating compelling, informative stories. The new collaboration will be introduced at the IBC2018 exhibition.
     

  • 7/24/18 - The INOVONICS 732 Advanced Dynamic RDS Encoder packs in the latest RDS tools along with the obligatory broadcasting song title, artist information, and station IDs. The Dynamic Web Interface is a game changer for control and monitoring.
     
    If you have any questions or are interested in testing the 732, please contact sales@inovonicsbroadcast.com

     

  • 7/19/18 - Dielectric Communications introduces new low-band VHF systems specific to Channels 4 and 5. The complete solution packages Dielectric's circularly polarized DCR-Q FM ring-style antenna with newly developed band-tunable filters, and the company's highly durable rigid transmission line. This will allow more users to use the system, making for better support now and in the future. More information as: www.dielectric.com
     

  • 7/2/18 - Consulting Engineer Joe DiPietro has designed a new FM receiver especially for use with EAS gear. The FM Guardian from RFEngineers will do all the no longer available Dayton receivers did - and more.  Contact them at rfengineers@gmail.com   A preliminary picture is here.
     

  • 6/16/18 - The INOmini 638 HD SiteStreamer, manufactured by Inovonics, is now available with Listener Experience, a new option that allows users to remotely view on a single screen all of the FM and HD-Radio Channels 1-8 from channel presets on the unit.
     
    Listener Experience is available as a free firmware upgrade for  the 638. Users  need  to install the 638 Firmware Update Rev 1.2.0.7 which is available for download at this link: http://www.inovonicsbroadcast.com/product/638#downloads

     

  • 6/15/18 - Henry Engineering's USB Matchbox II has recently been updated to enhance the functionality of the unit's AES digital audio capability. The AES Digital Output of the unit is now compatible with requirements of most AES network audio. The bandwidth is now sufficient to meet the risetime requirement of network audio system interface.
     
    Older USB Matchbox II units, shipped prior to May, 2018, can be upgraded at the factory. There is no charge for this modification. For more information, please contact Hank Landsberg at 562-493-3589 or email henryeng@aol.com.

     

  • 6/6/18 - Monroe Electronics, makers of the DASDEC EAS boxes, has alerted users to the imminent change in the FEMA certificate which will prevent reception of the tests and alerts. DASDEC and OneNet users are advised to replace the FEMA IPAWS digital certificate file as soon as possible, and will find field service information at: www.digitalalertsystems.com/resources_fsb.html.
     

  • 5/31/18 - Comrex has released FieldTap, a free application for remote broadcasting, for iOS and Android. The app is now available for download.


    FieldTap features a very simple user interface - with a one-button control screen.

     
    This is ideal for users of any technical ability can connect from the field - reporters and street team contributors for short drop-ins.




     

  • 5/23/18 - It can be difficult - especially when someone is new to a facility - to know if all the software and firmware updates are in place. The Telos Alliance is making this a bit easier with a page full of update information. Check it out here.
     

  • 5/21/18 - Futuri Media has announced that its TopLine system has added the TopLine-MapIt feature, which creates custom maps showing buyers with a highly effective visualization to demonstrate how station audiences geographically relate to a sponsor's brand and business goals.

    The TopLine-MapIt feature, which is included in all TopLine subscriptions. For more on TopLine by Futuri Media, visit futurimedia.com/topline.

     

  • 5/15/18 - SCMS has worked with Wheatstone to provide a lease-to-own program for the new PRE consoles: $215-330/month for 3 years.
     

  • 5/9/18 - Inovonics is now shipping their new RDS Encoder, Model 732.
     

  • 5/9/18 - The new NEUTRIK intelligent NA2-IO-DLINE Interface enables integration of analog signal devices, within a Dante? AoIP network, in just a few easy steps. The NA2-IO-DLINE can feed analog signals to a Dante network, while receiving a mix from another Dante source and feeding it to non-Dante ready amplifiers, self-powered speaker systems, signal processors, mixing consoles, etc..
     

  • 5/1/18 - Tieline reminds everyone that Java support in Firefox will end this summer, with other browsers already dropping such support. Tieline has upgraded all its apps to prevent any problems. To download new firmware for your Tieline codecs visit Firmware Downloads.


    Henry Engineering


  • 4/26/18 - Comrex will soon release FieldTap, a free phone application for remote broadcasting. FieldTap uses SIP to make it possible for users to transmit audio with the touch of a button.

    FieldTap features a very simple user interface. With a one-button control screen, users of any technical ability can connect from the field to the station by simply pressing a single button, sending wideband audio from their cellphones over cellular and Wi-Fi networks.

     

  • 4/20/18 - GatesAir has a new class in their training program to help younger engineers with IT backgrounds cope with RF issues
     
  • 4/11/18 - After acquiring technology and designs from Electro Impulse, Kintronic Labs increased their line of Dummy Loads, now ranging from 5 to 75 kW.
     
  • 4/4/18 - Wheatstone will be bringing the PR&E EMX console, the Audioarts Lightning console, and a new version of Wheatstone's ScreenBuilder virtual development platform to this year's NAB show.
     


    For virtual studio workflows, ScreenBuilder 2.0, is the latest version of the virtual development platform for the popular WheatNet-IP audio network.

    ScreenBuilder includes scripting tools and GUI for developing virtual news desks, producer workstations, control panels and other virtual interfaces and workflows for the WheatNet-IP networked studio.
     
    The new PR&E console is the EMX, a full-featured AoIP control surface.

    It builds on the success of the 8-or 16-channel DMX, introduced last year with several new features and up to 28 faders in one frame, as well as easy connectivity to a plug-and-play IP audio network. The EMX features four stereo main buses, two stereo aux buses, an off line bus, a dedicated two-channel telco record output, and a separate bus-minus feed from each channel.
     
  • 4/4/18 - The Telos Alliance announced a significant upgrade for the Omnia.11 broadcast audio processor with the v3.5 software upgrade. The software includes the Pepino Clipper & G-Force Dynamics updates, the latest FM final clipper design from Frank Foti and  Omnia.11’s G-Force dynamics engine.

    Frank Foti explains "The toughest job, or function, for a broadcast audio processor is the final stage, which is known as the clipper or peak limiter, as this is where the precision peak control is accomplished. Controlling the peaks with some form of clip function is quite easy. The challenge is what to do with the portion of the signal that has been clipped off, as this content gets distributed within the audio spectrum as both harmonic and intermodulation distortion.
     
    "Through advanced research into the peak limiting mechanism and how distortion is created, we have designed a new clipper system that suppresses both harmonic and intermodulation distortion as the clipping function is realized. This is applied over the entire audio spectrum, and the result is cleaner audio overall, yet without any compromise to the desired competitive loudness level."

    V3.5 includes several other dramatic improvements, including better high-frequency handling and more consistent bass response; seamless transitions when switching between presets with extremely different EQ and compression characteristics; improved audio consistency for better blending between FM and HD channels, including a unified FM/HD Bass Clipper; a new “Phat Bass” update for richer, stronger bass presence; improved sound in the low-latency DJ section; a greatly improved HD look-ahead limiter in HD-enabled units; and warmer and cleaner live/dry voice performance.

    In addition, the Telos Alliance is launching the Axia IP-Tablet QOR.32/16 IP-Tablet Virtual Radio Software.

    And Omnia.9 Software gets a complete sonic overhaul, featuring new clippers for FM and AM and integrating a new declipper. Other significant updates include Phase Correction with Mono Bass to reduce multipath distortion; a fully rewritten streaming engine supporting Shoutcast 2 and lossless streaming with an integrated internal stream server; seamless preset switching for better transitions between presets with very different EQ and compression characteristics.

     

  • 4/4/18 -  ENCO will launch its IP-Enabled Control Surface for playout at the 2018 NAB Show. The ClipBoard button box provides cost-effective hardware control for television and radio systems, including distinctive in-button video playback

    ClipBoard provides an intuitive, physical control surface for ENCO’s comprehensive range of television and radio solutions, including the MOM (Media Operations Manager) TV automation and production platform, ClipFire instant video playout appliance, DAD radio automation and playout solution, and HotShot instant audio playback system. ClipBoard’s unique operational benefits particularly shine when used with ENCO’s video solutions, as the controller’s OLED-based buttons display 96x64 pixel graphics.

    ClipBoard’s 56-button layout mirrors and complements ENCO’s highly-regarded, touchscreen-optimized software interfaces. ClipBoard buttons can trigger any asset available in the automation or playout system, including video, audio, graphics and DCL (DAD Command Language) commands. Thumbnails of available audio or video are shown on the buttons for easy identification, while countdown timers display in-progress elements.

    “As user-friendly as our software interfaces are, hardware buttons are still often the fastest and most comfortable means of operation for a variety of use cases,” said Ken Frommert. “ClipBoard brings tactile control into the IP-enhanced era, providing a cost-effective control surface for audio playout while delivering unique benefits for video applications.”
     
  • 4/4/18 - Belar has developed a new server-based software application that will allow multiple engineers to simultaneously access its FM and HD Radio modulation monitors at transmitter sites and distant studios via SNMP. The innovation is especially useful for Belar users in station groups and networks that were previously limited in how they could connect.  

    The SNMP standard defines how to identify data-rich objects in hardware connected to an IT network, and includes a protocol that enables engineers to set and/or query parameters as well as trap events. This functionality is delivered in real-time over the network connection.

    “Our new lightweight SNMP application provides no limitations on where and how any number of engineers remotely connect to configure settings, enable alarms and notifications, and monitor health and status of their Belar units, among other needs,” said Mark Grant, CEO, Belar Electronics. “This is an open application that will enable us to add even richer software applications for control, monitoring and more over IP networks in the future, with a long-term plan of integrating the application directly inside our modulation monitors.”
     
  • 4/4/18 - DaySequerra, will introduce its 3rd-generation HD Radio Data Monitor at NAB.
     
               
    The DaySequerra HD Radio Data Monitor provides a user-friendly method for monitoring and analyzing the entire data payload in today's HD Radio broadcasts.
     
    Monitoring more than 300 data fields in an HD Radio data payload, the unit helps keep track of Artist Experience images and data designed to enhance a listeners HD Radio experience in the car, as well as proprietary weather and traffic information. DaySequerra's HD Radio Data Monitor also allows remote monitoring via IP and, using software from Xperi, enables verification of data such as Artist Experience along with the integrity of the HD Radio data stream.
     
  • 3/29/18 - GatesAir is bringing new innovations to its HD Radio product portfolio, powered through its fourth-generation Flexiva Importer/Exporter. In addition to virtually eliminating maintenance through a fully embedded architecture that combines both functions, the new FMXi 4g becomes the industry’s first HD Radio Importer/Exporter solution to provide dynamic time and audio correction.
     
    The GatesAir-exclusive algorithm inside the FMXi 4g ensures proper time alignment between analog (FM) and digital (HD Radio) signals, and improves the listener experience by removing the objectionable blending artifacts. HD Radio Diversity Delay  eliminates all manual and external device needs to enable time alignment by integrating specialized Diversity Delay software inside the FMXi 4g.

     
  • 3/28/18 - Futuri Media announced that its revolutionary real-time story discovery and show prep tool, TopicPulse, has hit a record-high subscriber base, adding more than 100 new station partners in the first three months of 2018 alone. Those new partners include stations in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, and several other markets.

    TopicPulse uses patent-pending technology to scan social media and 100k+ sources of verified news and information every second; it then shows real-time insights into which stories will resonate with specific audiences to help drive on-air, social, and website content decisions - assuring that all talk breaks, either live or voicetracked, are as timely and compelling as possible.

     
  • 3/26/18 - StreamGuys and Barix announced powerful enhancements to the companies’ joint Reflector stream delivery and management service. Support for uncompressed audio streaming with metadata enables new cloud-based encoding, processing and distribution workflows that lower customers’ costs and expand their output capabilities while elevating quality for point-to-point transport.
     
  • 3/26/18 - Inovonics is introducing a new Advanced Dynamic RDS Encoder this year at NAB, Model 732, taking RDS to new level adding greater functionality, and incorporating the latest RDS technology. It connects with virtually any playout system, broadcasting song title, artist information, station ID's and much more to listener´s radios. The 732 also supports enhanced RT+ tagging with variable replacement capability.
     
  • 3/26/18 - ALDENA's “SEP” is an innovative Selective EMF measuring equipment for frequency range 100 kHz - 3.6 GHz. This all-in-one solution makes EMF measurement much easier. The spectrum analyzer and the 3-axis antenna (with an integrated RF switch) are both inside the same device. This facilitates the operator’s work on the field, with only one instrument to calibrate instead of three (analyzer+cable+antenna).

    SEP can be plugged to the PC via a fibre optic cable and its software allows several functionalities (channel power, multi-channel power, settable markers, max hold, RMS and average in a selectable time, and more). Moreover, thanks to its lightweight nature (370g only) and its small size, SEP can be mounted for measurements on a drone.
     
  • 3/26/18 - Davicom is set to introduce the Cortex360

    Instantly see site status thanks to the built-in OLED system display. Easily view detailed system status and alarm conditions.

     

  • 3/22/18 - Nautel has provided TWR Bonaire with an NX-400 450 kW transmitter - the largest AM transmitter in the Western hemisphere. Kintronic Labs provided the upgraded four-tower antenna system.

    TWR says the stronger signal could double the size of its audience.
     

  • 3/22/18 - GATES RADIO SUSPENDS AM TRANSMITTER PRODUCTION
    Most of the more experienced (older) people in the industry have watched the technological changes over the years, and know that support can be a problem as equipment ages. This is especially true for some key ICs - once state-of-the-art - and now unobtanium. Manufacturers determined to support their existing customers try to stock as many ICs as possible when "End of Life" notices come out. But this is only a stop-gap measure. New designs, daughter boards, etc all need to be crafted to keep product working.

    GatesAir has taken this issue to heart with their AM transmitters. Reacting to difficulties in getting sufficient quantities of key ICs, GatesAir has said the right thing to do is to temporarily suspend production, so they can direct existing parts supplies to current customers in need. Although the date for production re-start is not yet set, the company says announcements will be made concerning ongoing production and support for their AM line.
     

  • 3/22/18 - WorldCast Systems will unveil a 3kW FM Transmitter at the NAB Show 2018 that adds new levels of reliability and redundancy to the many features of the existing compact range.
     

  • 3/22/18 - The Ecreso FM 3kW transmitter has built-in redundancy, a direct to channel digital modulator into its 2U or 3U chassis, a wide range of on-board features including digital modulator, 6th generation MOSFETs and up to 76% efficiency. Additionally, the transmitter includes a dynamic RDS encoder, stereo encoder, 5-band audio processing, MPX over AES, and GPIO support as well as Single Frequency Networking.  With the launch of the Ecreso FM 3kW Transmitter, the power range of the compact system is extended to now reach from 100W up to 3kW.
     

  • 3/22/18 - ENCO will be showing the latest iteration of Virtual Radio, of interest to radio broadcasters seeking a way to engage streaming audiences through a dynamic multimedia experience delivered over web and social media platforms. When fully integrated, Visual Radio combines ENCO's DAD radio automation and Presenter Management for radio playout, with multi-camera studio production capabilities developed by Broadcast Pix.
     

  • 3/22/18 - Logitek has introduced JetConnect, an easy-to-use management system for the company?s JetLink remote audio software. As shown in testing over the pasts six months, JetLink enables sending and receiving of broadcast quality audio from computer to computer. Using a high bitrate Opus software codec, JetLink has been proven to keep a solid, low latency connection on corporate LAN connections, DSL lines, WiFi, and 4G LTE connections.
     

  • 3/15/18 - At NAB Monroe Electronics will unveil HALO, to answer the need for a highly-specialized management system capable of overseeing all EAS encoder/decoders in a connected organization. Using a unified configuration control, EAS log reporting, and error/alarm monitoring program, HALO provides a collective point where multiple users can monitor the overall EAS equipment health, manage and compare configuration settings, manage software updates, receive timely notifications regarding equipment status changes, configuration changes, and alerts, then generate accurate FCC compliance decreasing the time spent on EAS related matters.

    More information is available at: https://www.monroe-electronics.com/HALO/home.html

     

  • 3/15/18 - Also at NAB GatesAir will show off its IPConnect software to protect against data loss and service interruptions, and increases redundancy and security across the IP ecosystem. The second-generation of its Intraplex IPConnect content stream transport solution is now a standalone half-rack hardware device for data protection capability for a broadcaster's audio and distribution network. The configurable platform addresses the growing trend of data transport over IP networks by enhancing network resilience and security. (GatesAir exhibits at Booth N3703.)

    In addition to strengthening data transport, the new IPConnect device adds new built-in monitoring features such as SafeIP to manage redundancy for external IP sources and bandwidth measurement capability tools to help broadcasters confirm network health and capacity before launching an application.
     

  • 3/8/18 - At NAB, Dielectric will display its proven Powerlite DCR-T ring style antenna adapted for the directional signal control now required by an increasing number of lower power FM and FM translator stations. The antenna is provided with proof of performance documentation that substantiates the performance required by a station's FCC authorization.

                    

    The ring style design of the DCR-T antenna, with its stable axial ratio independent of impedance tuning, is an ideal platform on which to add directional signal control,” said Steven Moreen, sales manager, Dielectric. The circularly polarized DCR-T directional antenna is offered as a cost-effective solution for low-to-medium power FM and translator stations, which traditionally required a far more expensive antenna in designs typical of higher power operations, to meet directional pattern requirements.
     
  • 3/8/18 - At the NAB Show, ENCO will display the second generation of WebDAD, the cloud-based solution that now allows broadcasters to take full, native control of the radio station from any networked location.

    New for NAB, ENCO will unveil WebDAD's second-generation user interface, fully redesigned and optimized through an HTML5 architecture - ensuring that broadcasters are no longer limited to specific web browsers, enabling complete native-level control from any workstation or mobile device.

     
  • 2/27/18 - Belar Electronics plans to introduce an application to decode and monitor the presence of Artist Experience graphics in the RF stream, at the 2018 NAB Show (April 9-12, Las Vegas Convention Center, Booth N7127).

    Artist Experience represents the simultaneous transmission, delivery and display of images on HD Radio receivers that correlate with the audio broadcast. This includes album art, band/artist photos and other still images. Belar's new WizWin software automatically solves the problem of managing bandwidth-heavy image data, and provides broadcasters with a diagnostic tool to monitor the health and status of the Artist Experience data stream.
     
  • 2/26/18 - The Telos Alliance will introduce the Telos Infinity IP Intercom to the radio market at NAB 2018.

    Already used in the TV industry, Telos Infinity IP Intercom is the first in a new series of Telos Infinity solutions.  converging voice communication and contribution audio on a single IT backbone. Infinity employs the latest standards-based VoIP and Livewire+ AES67 AoIP to replace outmoded matrix technology with an advanced, distributed IP network solution that provides superior functionality in a simplified, more elegant form.
     
  • 2/20/18 - At the upcoming NAB show (N2024), Orban will demonstrate the OPTICLOUD Any Content | Any Device. The patented technology addresses the problem of voice intelligibility in the home as well as stereo/multichannel imaging for users who view content on mobile devices.
     
    XPN-AM is the result of more than five years of research by processing pioneer Bob Orban. It exploits a psychoacoustic model to maximize the reach and intelligibility of AM transmissions while lowering distortion and reducing listening fatigue.

     
  • 2/1/18 - Comrex is set to debut their new product, EarShot IFB, at NAB 2018. EarShot IFB is designed to help TV stations reduce costs and provide more flexibility for remote IFB feeds by providing  telephone-based live studio program and IFB audio to field-based remote broadcasts. Up to 30 users can listen one of four program feeds or two IFB feeds by calling into EarShot IFB with a mobile phone.
     
  • 1/4/18 - Dielectric has developed some software to make antenna design easier and coverage more predictable without requiring range testing models. Dielectric's High-Frequency Simulation Software starts by optimizing a station's pattern and then specifies that construction, lowering costs significantly. A report on the Dielectric website details the process being used for translators.

    Also in the news from Dielectric, Steve Moreen has joined the company as Sales Manager for the Western Regional District. Moreen noted this is the perfect time to deal with the repacking issues facing many stations. Moreen can be reached at 619-347-4306 and steven.moreen@dielectric.com
     
  • 12/12/17 - Dielectric celebrated the opening of its new 33,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Lewiston, Maine, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and facility tours for customers and partners. The new Lewiston facility culminates three years of preparation for UHF business and repack orders, and gives Dielectric two dedicated facilities for TV and FM radio antenna systems production.

    To date, the company has delivered 1814 technical proposals for repack work, with 189 antennas officially on order. Dielectric has hired 55 new employees so far to support operations.
     
  • 12/12/17 - LAWO, the German manufacturer of pioneering IP audio, video and control infrastructure solutions, is once again expanding its US operations, by adding personnel and opening a new support and logistics hub in Elmsford, New York, triple the size and capacity of its previous facility in New York City. The new hub will serve as warehouse, test facility, training center and East Coast Sales and Support office. (A West Coast office for Sales and Support is located in LA.)
     
  • 12/6/17 - Nautel's largest transmitter, a 2 Megawatt NX2000 Medium Wave system - five Nautel NX400 transmitters along with a large, versatile combiner - has been fully commissioned and is now on the air at Antenna Hungaria's transmission facility near Solt, Hungary. The project involved large infrastructure changes at the site as well as installation of the new transmitter. The system can be reconfigured if one or more transmitters is shut down to ensure that maximum power is always delivered to the antenna. The new Nautel system replaces an old tube transmitter that had been in operation for 40 years.
     
  • 12/6/17 - Ka You has merges into LinkUp Communications Corporation in Panama City, Fla., to provide complete access to 24/7 customer service and state-of-the-art transmission solutions. Industry veterans Karen Johnson and Mark Johnson will head up the merged company.
     
  • 12/6/17 - Hearst Television and GatesAir signed an agreement for TV Spectrum Repack gear and services in 39 markets. Services include transmitters and installation, along with site surveys and other needs.
     
  • 11/2/17 - INOVONICS has declared November Audio Processor Month, with special discounts on the DAVID IV processor. Check with your supplier for details.
     


    Henry Engineering


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