Top 6 Introductions from Telos Alliance in 2019
2019 held so much for the Telos Alliance that it's tough to quantify all of our favorite moments. We've seen radio stations undergo complete transformations to bring the best workflows to their operations and the best sound possible to their listeners, TV stations begin pondering the transition to ATSC 3.0 infrastructure, and companies in the PRO AV market streamline their entire communication systems with new matrix-free intercom technology. We've been lucky enough to be a part of these exciting journeys, helping to create the future of audio alongside our customers. To wrap up this unforgettable year, we've put together a list of our top 6 Telos Alliance introductions to the world of audio in 2019.Read More
Topics: Livewire, aoip, linear acoustic ARC, mpx node, infinity link, quasar
This Is Huge: KCRW's 11-Year Plan Comes Together with State-of-the-Art New Facility | Telos Alliance
This Is Huge: KCRW's 11-Year Plan Comes Together with State-of-the-Art New Facility
Legendary Los Angeles radio station KCRW 89.9 FM gets a fresh start in their brand-new $38 million headquarters at Santa Monica College’s Center for Media and Design. The recently completed headquarters features 11 Audio over IP studios operating with the help of Axia consoles, xNodes, and more. You can read the full story from Key Code Media and watch the video below.Read More
Topics: Livewire, aoip, Axia Fusion, axia, consoles, Axia Pathfinder Core PRO, kcrw
Livewire+ Options for Audio Path Redundancy
Networked audio—that is, Audio over IP (“AoIP”)—is now the default infrastructure for new and rebuilt radio studios around the world. Lower overall cost, deployment flexibility, remote management, and digitally perfect audio transport and routing are some of the key reasons for AoIP’s popularity, and particularly the success of Axia’s Livewire+™ AES67 standard.Read More
Italy’s RPZ chooses Axia for Revamped Studios
Italy’s Radio Punto Zero (RPZ), a historic station in Italy’s Campania region, recently celebrated its 40th anniversary. To mark the occasion, RPZ embarked on a path of renewal and innovation, including assessing the methods and equipment dedicated to radio production at their facility, and upgrading their systems. What resulted was a move to Axia Livewire+ AES67 Audio over IP technology.Read More
Topics: Livewire, Telos Hx2, Radio Punto Zero, Axia iQ
Minnesota Public Radio Sticks with Axia for Complete Facility Upgrade
Years ago, Minnesota Public Radio was one of the very first Axia customers, outfitting its entire facility with the popular Axia Element consoles. Over the years, the Element console has seen the facility through thick and thin, so much so, that now—more than a decade later—MPR Chief Engineer Bill Dahlstrom and Director of Engineering and Facilities Tom Nelson decided to stick with Axia for their studio-wide console upgrade, installing Axia Fusion consoles throughout. We sat down with Bill to learn more about his experience and why MPR decided to stick with Axia all these years.
Topics: Axia Audio, Livewire, MPR, Studio Upgrade, Minnesota Public Radio, AoIP Upgrade
ASBU Meets AoIP in Tunisia
Recently, Telos Alliance dealer Decibel installed a brand new Livewire+ AES67 studio for the new Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU) training facility at their headquarters in Tunis. Our friend Jean-Pascal tells us about the facility, and the ASBU’s jump to AoIP.Read More
Topics: Axia Audio, Livewire, Omnia.9, Axia Fusion
Barefootin' from A to Z: AoIP to Z/IP ONE
Jordan Bitz is Chief Engineer for Barefoot Media Ministries, a small Christian radio group headquartered in Boise, Idaho and operating 89.5 KTSY, the heritage Christian radio station in the Boise market, as well as Project 88.7, a Christian Hip Hop station, 88.1 The Bridge in Twin Falls, and a handful of other stations and translators across Idaho and Oregon. In short, Jordan is a busy engineer managing multiple sites over hundreds of square miles.
Before joining Barefoot 15 months ago, Jordan’s previous experience was as engineer and programmer at stations in North Dakota, where he hadn’t worked much with Audio over IP. While the adjustment to AoIP took some time, once he got the hang of things he’s been amazed by the simplicity and flexibility.Read More
Topics: Livewire, Telos Z/IP ONE, aoip
KHOWL Intercepts Local Listeners with Livewire
Snarl Greywolf is Co-Owner and General Manager at KHOWL (KHWL 98.7), the local rock station in Lone Wolf, Oklahoma, about 105 miles southwest of Oklahoma City. KHOWL maintains a big presence in the local community, appearing at just about every event in the area. Live broadcasts are lifeblood, and as a relative newcomer to the area, having operated only about five years, doing so many remotes at local events and getting in front of people is how KHOWL has made a name for itself.Read More
Topics: Axia Audio, Telos Systems, Livewire
Introducing Telos Infinity IP Intercom!
We’ve been promising big news at IBC 2017. Now you get to find out what all the fuss is about!
The Telos Alliance TV Solutions Group is disrupting a critical segment of the broadcast communication industry with the introduction of the new Telos Infinity™ IP Intercom. A quantum leap in scalability, ease of integration, efficiency and total cost of ownership, Telos Infinity IP Intercom is the first in a new series of Telos Infinity solutions and represents a complete reimagining of broadcast communications.Read More
Telos, Axia a Ray of Light for Virginia Broadcast Engineer
Ray Lenz is a Senior Radio Engineer for WHRV / WHRO, NPR affiliate stations in Norfolk, VA. With an extensive family of repeaters across the region, the stations serve Eastern Virginia with NPR programming and a variety of music on WHRV, and classical music on WHRO. A consortium of local school districts own and operate the stations, along with a TV station.Read More
Topics: Axia Audio, Telos Systems, Livewire, Telos Z/IP ONE
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