Bill Murdoch is Chief Engineer at WGN Chicago, a major News / Talk station in the Windy City. With a significant amount of talk programming it’s always been essential for WGN (720 on your AM dial) to have lots of phone lines coming into your facility, and quality audio so callers are heard loud and clear. But all those phone lines can create quite an expense.
Enter the Telos VX system.Read More
When Spokane Public Radio / 91.1 KPBX moved into a new facility, that new facility was actually anything but new. In fact, it was a historic firehouse, and therefore the station needed to meet certain requirements that would not only maintain the integrity of the structure, but allow Spokane Public Radio to update to an all AoIP studio, including a VoIP broadcast phone system, AoIP console, and IP infrastructure.
“Part of the reconstruction was that we had to maintain the building's historical look, so we couldn’t run huge cable bundles," says Chief Engineer Jerry Olson. "We were interested in getting a more modern facility—where we were before was an analog plant. For the new facility, we wanted to go with Audio over IP.”Read More
The central focus of the Bradley Broadcast booth in 1985 was the Telos 10.
How we got there – and what happened during those four days – was unlike any other trade show I’ve attended.
But first, some background.Read More
GFQ founder and host Andrew Zarian discusses his thoughts and recommendations on Ethernet routers, and Kirk introduces the authoritative book about the history of Phone Phreaking, “Exploding the Phone” on this episode of "This Week in Radio Tech."Read More
Topics: Broadcast Telephone Systems
Been wondering whether a SIP-based phone system is right for you?
It's been a couple of years now since Telos introduced our VX Broadcast VoIP multi-studio phone system. Ask any broadcaster who owns one, and they'll tell you: VX delivers som pretty powerful sauce.Read More
Easy Telos VX setup with Steve and MarisIf you're like us, the idea of using a VoIP-based studio phone system is as exciting as unwrapping gifts on Christmas morning. The ability to (finally) connect your studio phones to your business PBX, taking high-def voice calls from SIP clients, using low-cost IP trunks - if this makes your eyes light up... well, you've probably already put in a PO for a Telos VX system. Read More
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