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Passionate About Radio

Posted by Krissy Rushing on Feb 8, 2017 3:06:57 PM

At Telos Alliance, we hire people from all walks of life, but mostly, we hire people who are Passionate About Broadcasting, whether it be TV or Radio! Dave Sarkies, Social Media Community & Content Coordinator, is all about passion. Passion for music, passion for Radio...

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Topics: Radio, The Telos Alliance, Broadcasting

Meet the New Guys

Posted by Krissy Rushing on Jan 6, 2017 12:40:49 PM

It's a new year, and the Telos Alliance has added two new members to its growing family. We welcome Brett Patram, new Support Engineer, and Dave Collins, US Sales Manager for Omnia Audio. Brett has been working actively in the Cleveland radio market as an engineer for the past eight years. He was the Director of Engineering for Salem Media Group Cleveland for the past six years before joining the Telos Alliance. He is also the current Vice Chair for the local Society of Broadcast Engineers chapter 70.

Dave is originally from Philadelphia, and has been in radio, working as a program director, on-air host, and technical guy, for the last 15 years. Most recently, he worked at a station group in Lebanon, New Hampshire, did the ski and snowboard reports for a network of stations, and was the voice of Dartmouth Sports Network. Dave has engineered thousands of remote broadcasts, including live play-by-play sports, debates, interviews, and live music concerts. Get to know Brett and Dave! 

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Topics: The Telos Alliance

Our Top 5 Direct Current Posts of 2016

Posted by Dave Sarkies on Jan 6, 2017 11:17:24 AM

As we begin anew with the start of 2017, we also take a look back at the top Direct Current content of 2016—the items that received the most opens from our weekly enewsletter. (Sign up here!)

5) In late May we introduced Streaming University to rave reviews from broadcasters looking to get the most out of their streams. This informative video series ran all summer long as we featured a new video covering an important aspect of streaming audio each week for 14 weeks. The kickoff drew a lot of attention as Professor Kirk Harnack introduced Streaming U with an overview of what was in store.

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Topics: The Telos Alliance

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

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

Adventures in Big Sky Country

Posted by Dave Sarkies on Feb 10, 2016 1:00:00 AM

Ron Huckeby is a Contract Engineer for Your Network of Praise, a Christian radio network of roughly 50 stations and translators across Big Sky Country, operating in four states and two Canadian provinces. Along with YNOP, Ron, who is based out of Butte, Montana, also serves as engineer for several other broadcast operations, both commercial and non-commercial, across the Treasure State and beyond.

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Topics: The Telos Alliance

Meet the Boy Wonder

Posted by Dave Sarkies on Nov 18, 2015 1:19:00 PM

If the 24/7 Telos Alliance Support team could be viewed as superheroes (and they do possess special powers, after all), Addison Burnside would take the role of Boy Wonder. Addison joined the Support team at the ripe old age of 18, and is in his third year with The Telos Alliance. So how does an 18-year-old high school kid from Arizona land a job with Telos Alliance 24/7 Support? Meet our resident engineering prodigy and find out!

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Topics: The Telos Alliance

Wyoming Public Media: Bringing Wild Wyoming the World

Posted by Tom Vernon on Jul 22, 2015 2:50:00 PM

From 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

Ted's Excellent Adventure

Posted by Dave Sarkies on Jun 3, 2015 2:40:00 PM

Legendary Cleveland broadcaster Ted Alexander has had quite the impressive career, both as an On-Air Personality and a Broadcast Engineer. Despite continuing to assist local broadcasters in a variety of capacities over the last several years – and hosting his own streaming audio oldies show – the bulk of the last 10 years of Ted’s career have been spent here – as a Support Specialist for The Telos Alliance.

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Topics: The Telos Alliance