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World College Radio Day 2018 - Celebrating Student Powered Broadcasting

By Bryan Shay on Oct 11, 2018 10:17:15 AM

College Radio Day, known internationally as World College Radio day, took place on Friday, October 5th this year, when hundreds of college radio stations came together once again to celebrate the unique medium of college radio. Founded in 2010 by Dr. Rob Quicke, College Radio Day harnesses the combined audience of countless thousands of college radio listeners throughout the world to draw attention to the important contributions of college radio.

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IBC 2018: That's a Wrap!

By Krissy Rushing on Sep 27, 2018 1:10:08 PM

 

IBC 2018 is a wrap. As our feet start to regain feeling, we want to take this opportunity to thank all those who visited us at IBC 2018. It was truly an extraordinary show, which would not have been possible without our customers, prospects, partners, and friends. For those who did not attend IBC, check out select snaps from our IBC Facebook photo album.

 

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Topics: IBC 2018, infinity IP intercom, linear acoustic ARC, Telos VX Enterprise, Hyperstudio

[Ear Candy #2] Program Director + Chief Engineer = #1 Station

By Frank Foti on Sep 27, 2018 12:35:24 PM

Before starting Omnia, I was very lucky to have worked at a couple of extremely successful radio stations, WMMS-FM, Cleveland, and WHTZ-FM (Z-100), NYC, where we prided ourselves on being the best. Anything other than #1 in the ratings was not an option. The motivation for Omnia growing from ‘worst-to-first’ was highly influenced by Z-100’s historic (and never since duplicated) journey from ‘worst-to-first’ in only one ratings period, in 1983. For Omnia (now a part of The Telos Alliance) it took a little longer to dislodge the long-time leader.

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Topics: Audio Processing, program directors, chief engineers

Four New Products from Telos Alliance Premiere at IBC 2018

By Dave Sarkies on Sep 13, 2018 12:09:08 PM

This year's IBC show in Amsterdam is gonna be one for the books. The Telos Alliance is launching four new products in Stand 8.D47, September 14-18, including the powerful new Axia Pathfinder Core PRO VM and appliance, the Telos VX Enterprise & Prime+ Multi-Line VoIP Phone Systems, and the Linear Acoustic Automatic Realtime Control (ARC) Television Loudness Processor. Read on for the details... 

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Topics: IBC 2018, Axia Pathfinder Core PRO, Telos VX Enterprise

Telos Alliance Demonstrates 'HyperStudio' Experience VM Concept at IBC 2018

By Krissy Rushing on Sep 13, 2018 11:14:21 AM

At this year's IBC show, Telos Alliance will demonstrate a cutting-edge virtual machine (VM) concept we are calling 'The HyperStudio Experience' in stand #8.D47 at the RAI Amsterdam, September 14-18. The demo will feature Telos Alliance products running virtually in a hypervisor environment. 

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Topics: virtual radio, hypervisor, hyperstudio experience, IBC 2018

Telos Alliance 24-Hour Support Is Standing By For Broadcasters in Hurricane Florence's Path

By Krissy Rushing on Sep 13, 2018 9:14:11 AM

Updated September 13, 2018

At Telos Alliance, our round-the-clock support team is ready to help customers who experience technical problems during Hurricane Florence. Telos Alliance Support is available 24 hours a day every day of the year anywhere in the world, so support technicians are already standing by. Telos Alliance Support responds within minutes, not days, to help customers get back up and running, fast.

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Topics: weather preparedness, hurricane florence

File-based processing automation increases productivity and decreases costs. Here's how!

By Jim Kuzman on Aug 30, 2018 11:36:53 AM

Much like the television industry at large, the requirements for TV audio continue to evolve and change, and keeping up can be a challenge. The number of content sources and file types are increasing; the number of formats, languages and edit variations is increasing; and the number of distribution channels is increasing. The only things not increasing are your resources and the amount of time allotted to get the job done!

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Topics: TV Solutions Group, audio processing software

Omnia.9 Gets Major Sonic Update, New Features

By Krissy Rushing on Aug 30, 2018 10:43:03 AM

Back in April, we started building and shipping new Omnia.9 units with some important hardware and OS-level changes, running on a major new software release—v3.18.99. A year in the making, software v3.18.99 is the biggest sonic leap forward since the Omnia.9 was released! If you thought the 9 sounded amazing already, just wait until you hear the improvements.
 
 
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Ear Candy: What Makes Great Sound? And Why Does It Matter Most?

By Frank Foti on Jul 31, 2018 9:30:43 AM

Frank Foti, founder of Omnia, has a new blog series! This six-part series will cover everything you ever wanted to know about broadcast audio processing from the man who practically invented the category. This month we are kicking it off with Frank's views on great sound, and why it matters more than anything else when it comes to audio attracting and retaining listeners...longer. 

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Topics: Frank Foti, Audio Processing, ear candy

Get More Listeners with Audio Processing for Smart Speakers

By Kirk Harnack on Jul 30, 2018 10:35:13 AM

Smart Speaker Adoption

The Smart Audio Report from NPR and Edison Research counts 43 million Americans who own at least one smart speaker. First adopters of smart speakers say these devices are now their primary way of listening to audio. And while there are myriad choices for audio services available on smart speakers, they are becoming a significant replacement for AM/FM radios in the kitchen or bedroom. Some recent research is showing that radio’s most loyal listeners, the so-called “P1s,” are using smart speakers in significant numbers and for significant periods of time. There’s no doubt that radio broadcasters need to be available on these devices—and they need to sound good, perhaps better than competing services.

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Topics: smart speakers

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