It's no secret that operations in broadcast are quickly moving towards software and virtual solutions. The many benefits of virtualization are being realized and taken advantage of more than any time before. At Harvest Ministries' KFM Network, they are making use of a new solution from Telos Alliance to run three independent radio stations from any location. We got the opportunity to speak with Curtis Belcher, head of Harvest Ministries, on their experience with Axia iQs and how it's given the team complete control of their network.Read More
After 12 years, NPO FunX—a public Dutch radio station known for playing a wide variety of music genres—was finally ready to make a change from their outdated legacy matrix to a new Telos Alliance Axia AoIP solution. Rob Scholtes, Technical Manager at FunX, explains the update and shares his thoughts on the transition from the old matrix to the new Axia AoIP network.Read More
Introducing Telos Alliance Axia iQs: The first soft console controlled by a full HTML-5 interface, allowing you to not only mix from anywhere, but on any device—Mac, Windows, tablet, or even your phone. Telos Alliance was there for you when you made the leap to IP, and now we're here to help you on the journey to virtualization, wherever you are on that path. All of the underlying technology and easy-to-use experience of Axia iQx, and all of the benefits of virtualization, now available with Axia iQs.Read More
This original article has been translated from Italian.
During this particular period in time, the youth are using their creativity and energy to find solutions that allow radio to serve its audience even better. 19-year-old Timo Piredda, a very young and talented presenter on Radio MFY, has created a special format to entertain people during the quarantine, with the help of Axia from Telos Alliance.
Timo Piredda at Radio MFY with Axia
Owners of our Element and Fusion consoles are aware of the built-in mic processing features. Well, there’s basic mic processing in our QOR.32 and QOR.16 console engines, used with RAQ, DESQ, Radius, and IQ surfaces, too. I spoke with Telos Alliance Support Engineer Brett Patram recently, who outlined the setup of these parameters.Read More
In the days of analog systems, we used a test set called a “butt-in” or simply “butt set” that was commonly used by the phone company. With some serious alligator clips on the test cord ends, you could “butt into” or bridge any audio circuit to monitor the audio...a very useful tool to trace analog signals.Read More
Every now and then, we come across a unique implementation of our gear outside the realm of broadcast. One such installation can be found at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, one of the premier medical schools in the U.S., where the Bloomberg School of Public Health uses four full Axia studios for their online learning program. Dom DeLauney, Online Learning Production Supervisor, explains how an elite medical school came to require four audio studios full of Axia gear.Read More
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