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RNC Recap: Cleveland Area Station Finds Success with Z/IP ONEs

Posted by Dave Sarkies on Sep 21, 2016 1:55:00 PM

Prior to the recent Republican National Convention, we featured a story with Steve Neumann at WINT in Willoughby, Ohio, about 15 miles east of Cleveland, where the convention was held.

As the convention neared, WINT staff planned to employ a Telos Z/IP ONE to broadcast live from the event. We thought we’d check in with Steve for a post-mortem and find out how things worked out at the RNC.

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Topics: Telos Z/IP ONE

Visit to Amsterdam and IBC Leads to Search for Best Beer in the World

Posted by Milos Nemcik on Sep 7, 2016 1:00:00 PM

At dinner one night during a previous IBC, a discussion of the “Best Beer in the World” took hold of our table. Of course the beer in question came from a Belgian monastery, according to the internet (100 score on BA). One of the dinner participants was determined to try this beer while still in Europe. With a smart phone search we learned that the beer could indeed be found in Amsterdam. A small contingency at the table decided to break the mold of our traditional IBC routine of show floor hours, dinner, and sleep by venturing out into the greater Amsterdam area in search of this beer. We separated from our dinner party after the bill was paid and pleasantries were exchanged, and walked through the streets of old town in search for the store (the name of which is long forgotten). It was dark, it was late, and needless to say we never made it. The beer store was closed.

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Topics: IBC, The Telos Alliance

Hope 103.2 Delivers One-Two Punch with Omnia.11 Plug-Ins

Posted by Tom Vernon on Aug 30, 2016 1:12:26 PM

The sound of Omnia processors and Axia Audio gear is literally heard round the world. Halfway across the globe from our Cleveland, Ohio, headquarters, it's making an impact in Sydney, Australia.

Even though licensed as a community radio station, Hope 103.2 puts a 50,000-watt ERP signal into Sydney. Its mission is to deliver a positive message of hope.

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Topics: Omnia Audio, Radio Audio Processing, omnia.11`, perfect declipper, g-force

It's 9X/2 for 9 Stations at ARN

Posted by Denny Sanders on Aug 24, 2016 1:00:00 PM

With nine FM radio stations, the Arabian Radio Network is the largest multi-platform radio network in the Middle East, and includes a significant streaming audio presence. Recently, our own Denny Sanders sat down for a few minutes with Murad Jahangir, Director of Information Technology for ARN in Dubai, to chat about his experience using the Z/IPStream 9X/2 for his streams.

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Topics: Streaming Audio

Amazing Sound Quality for BestRadio Brasil with Z/IPStream

Posted by Dave Sarkies on Aug 17, 2016 2:28:10 PM

The world is focused on Brazil right now as the 2016 Summer Olympic games continue in Rio. While the Olympics feature a lot of fun and games, finding the right sound has been anything but that for one Brazilian internet broadcaster.

BestRadio Brasil in , outside Paulo, was born of an idea to create an internet radio station with the best possible quality—quality programs, music, and an amazing audio quality.

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Topics: Streaming Audio

Telos' Triple Threat

Posted by Tom Vernon on Aug 10, 2016 2:42:11 PM

Whether it's the sale of a single piece of gear, multiple items, turnkey installations with custom solutions, or equipment training, Triple Audio serves the needs of broadcasters across the Netherlands. In fact, there isn't much related to broadcast equipment that the company doesn't do. Among that is sales and distribution of gear from The Telos Alliance.

Marijn Fluitman, a project engineer, has been with Triple Audio for four years. The company is definitely engineering-driven. There are two managers and twelve employees, all engineers. They step into the administrative, sales and training roles as needed. “We're a bunch of young guys with the drive to do it all,” explains Fluitman.

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Thank You for Your Support

Posted by Dave Sarkies on Aug 3, 2016 9:50:32 AM

One of the things we frequently hear from our customers is how great our Telos Alliance Support team is. The 24/7 Support team regularly receives rave reviews from broadcasters from coast to coast and around the world. And while issues range from the straightforward to the very complex, the result is always the same for our customers—prompt, knowledgeable, and friendly service in minutes, not days.

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Topics: The Telos Alliance

Radio Station Rises from the Rubble

Posted by Tom Vernon on Jul 27, 2016 1:50:00 PM

Natural disasters tend to bring out the best and worst in people. For KHKC 102.1FM, located in Atoka, Oklahoma, a tornado that hit on May 9th definitely brought out the best in a lot of people.

“The storm totally destroyed the studios and damaged our main tower, explains Bob Sullins, president of Keystone Broadcasting. “Station manager Ricky Chase and his daughter were in the studio when the tornado struck, and took shelter under a desk. Thankfully, they were not injured.”

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Topics: Axia Audio

Z/IPping Along at the RNC

Posted by Dave Sarkies on Jul 20, 2016 1:30:00 PM

Steve Neumann is Program Director at WINT in Willoughby, Ohio, about 15 miles to the east of Cleveland. When the station decided to broadcast live from the Republican National Convention in downtown Cleveland next week, they needed to know they’d be able to provide a stable remote feed back to their studios. Fortunately for WINT, Steve goes back a ways with Telos Alliance CEO Frank Foti.

“Frank and I go back more than just a ways,” Steve jokes. We met back in the early days of our broadcasting careers. Both of us worked at 1330 AM, which is now WINT. Back then it was WELW. We were both young pups in high school who had always been fans of radio, and we ended up working at the same station.”

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Topics: Telos Z/IP ONE

Found in the Attic: A Pioneer Threefer

Posted by Tom Vernon on Jul 20, 2016 1:02:16 PM

Without a doubt, the best-known brand of hi-fi gear from the late ‘60s and throughout the ‘70s was Pioneer. The sleek styling of brushed aluminum panels and large illuminated dials convey a sense of sophisticated elegance that makes them sought after items even 40-some years after their manufacture.

Pioneer's product line always included everything from top-of-the-line equipment to gear that college students on a shoestring budget could afford. And sometimes there were package deals that included speakers, turntable, tuner, amp, and tape deck. This installment of Found in the Attic looks at a trio from the late 1970s – the SA-6500II power amplifier, TX-6500II AM-FM tuner and CT-F505 cassette deck.

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