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Jeff McGinley Finds the Path to Calgary for WABE 2015

Posted by Dave Sarkies on July 29, 2015

Jeff McGinleyAxia Support Engineer Jeff McGinley paid a visit to the Great White North recently, where he provided an overview of Axia’s Pathfinder Routing Control software at the 2015 WABE Broadcast Technical Training Seminar in Calgary. Appearances such as these – one of many times our Support staff has presented at the seminar – serve as essential continuing education sessions for engineers in the field, and cover material geared at helping engineers tackle issues they might encounter in their facilities.

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Topics: Axia Audio

Studio Move in Four Days? No Problem!

Posted by Tom Vernon on July 29, 2015

Andy Linton poses with the Skala.fm 'Horseshoe'When a relocation project involves splitting one console into thirds, building studio furniture that moves to accommodate the announcers, and completing the work in just four days, you know it's going to be an interesting story. The tale of Skala.FM's move does not disappoint.

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Topics: Axia Audio

Wyoming Public Media: Bringing Wild Wyoming the World

Posted by Tom Vernon on July 22, 2015

Axia at Wyoming Public MediaFrom its studios in the Outreach School on the UW campus in Laramie, Wyoming Public Media (WPM) reaches out across the Equality State with a network of 24 transmitters and 7 translators. The public broadcaster delivers three channels of programming. The main stream, Wyoming Public Radio, contains NPR and local news programs, while Classical Wyoming and Jazz Wyoming provide music. Content is delivered via analog FM, HD Radio, and through web streams.

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Topics: The Telos Alliance

RTL Nederland Tests Out Z/IPStream X/2 & 9X/2

Posted by Fardau van Neerden on July 8, 2015

Fardau van NeerdenOnline consumption of content, both audio and video, grows significantly each year. Online offerings for movies, TV and music are becoming more and more common. The industry is moving at a fast pace, challenging for engineers who come mainly from traditional radio and have little time to keep up.

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Topics: Streaming Audio

Plenty of Reasons to Love Axia for Florida's WFCF

Posted by Dave Sarkies on June 17, 2015

WFCF - Abby Fuhrer & A.J. FrazierRadio veteran Dan McCook is Station Manager at WFCF - Radio with a Reason - at Florida's Flagler College, with studios in historic St. Augustine - quite the unique setting for a modern broadcast facility. "We have our own little radio station on the first floor of a building in middle of the historic district," says Dan. "We have horse and carriages going by the window all day long and it looks like we live in the 1700s!"

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Topics: Axia Audio