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Jampro’s Targeted, Reasonably Priced Customized Solutions Return to NAB 2013

CLICK TO VISIT JAMPRO AT NAB IN BOOTH C2607

Sacramento, CA – Jampro Antennas, Inc. — a world leader in the manufacture and design of radio frequency components and antennas for radio and television transmission, will demonstrate its commitment to serving the needs of individual broadcasters with a full complement of customizable, high-quality and reasonably priced systems at NAB 2013 in booth C2607. Jampro’s television & radio solutions are engineered to address all aspects of the broadcast industry including DTV, DVB-T, FM and HD Radio solutions.

At NAB 2013 Jampro will exhibit broadband solutions that bring great value and outstanding features to all segments of the broadcasting industry. Highlights include:

Jampro JAT-U UHF Super Turnstile Antenna
The radome-enclosed JAT-U UHF Broadband, Band IV/V 470 – 860 MHz antenna can be either top or side-mounted on a tower for a long life of continuous service. Ideal for broadband multi-channel UHF applications, the unit features minimum wind loading with wide broadband response. The JAT-U is the perfect solution for applications where either one channel is defined, or multiple channels are combined.

Jampro JUHD Broadband UHF Panel Antenna
The radome-enclosed JUHD Broadband UHF panel antenna, designed for either side or top-mounting, is based on a modular design. It can be configured to provide a variety of azimuth and elevation patterns and offers optional beam tilt and null fill to insure maximum coverage. This horizontally polarized antenna can be configured to include varying levels of vertical polarization, with results ranging from small amounts of elliptical to full circular polarization.

Prostar JA/MS-BB Broadband UHF Slot Antenna
Jampro’s JA/MS-BB Broadband UHF Slot antenna, part of the legendary Prostar™ line, offers an economical alternative to buying, installing and maintaining multiple antennas. A single, compact solution, it conserves tower space and minimizes wind loading. Especially designed for multi-channel or combined-channel operations in analog-analog, analog-digital or digital-digital TV applications, the JA/MS-BB antenna comes factory tuned in an elegant, ready-to-install and streamlined design.

RCEC Mask Filter
Jampro’s 8” RCEC Mask Filter provides superior mask filter performance at an affordable price with 5kW of output power. Cross coupling creates steep rejection skirts and its high-Q cavities provide low pass band insertion loss in a compact design.

RCCC-102-FM Constant Impedance FM Bandpass Combiner
Jampro’s RCCC-FM Constant Impedance Combiner is a compact modular design, configurable to fit even the smallest transmitter rooms, and allows an additional frequency to be easily added. These combiners use temperature compensated Bandpass Filters with integrated heat sink tops to keep filters cool and locked on their frequencies. Various models are available for different channel spacing.

“At Jampro, customizing each product to accommodate the end-user reflects our internal teamwork, commitment to excellence, and dedication to customer satisfaction,” states Alex Perchevitch, Jampro president.

The Full range of the Company’s economical and flexible antennas, combiners & filters, towers, and RF components will also be on display. In addition, Jampro will emphasize the vast scope of services –spanning from concept to completion – available from its Service Group.

About Jampro
Jampro Antennas Inc., established to answer the need for quality broadcast systems at a reasonable price, is a leading supplier of antennas, combiners & filters and RF components for every application in the broadcast industry. Reputed for innovation and customization, Jampro builds each system to the specifications of the individual broadcaster. From the first system delivered in 1954 to those installed today, the Company is committed to consistent performance and quality founded on solid engineering. Today, over 25,000 broadcasters worldwide benefit from the quality and performance provided by Jampro systems. For additional JAMPRO information, please visit: www.jampro.com.

Jampro contact: Sonia Del Castillo
916-383-1177 • mailto:Sonia@jampro.com

Press Contact: Desert Moon Communications
Harriet Diener • 845-512-8283
harriet@desertmooncomm.com

Alan Dick Broadcast To Highlight FM Solutions at NAB 2013

CLICK TO VISIT ALAN DICK BROADCAST AT NAB BOOTH C 2607 (JAMPRO)

Cheltenham, UK – Alan Dick Broadcast (ADBL), one of the oldest names in Europe for antennas, combiners, mask filters, transmission line and towers and a major provider of communications infrastructures in EMEA including broadband FM and DVB-T antenna systems solutions, has announced plans to show its competitively priced product portfolio and highlight its installation services at NAB 2013. A pioneer in the worldwide broadcast Industry for over 40 years, ADBL will exhibit with Jampro Antennas in Booth C2607 in the LVCC.

NAB 2013 HIGHLIGHTS
ADB-VP – Vertical Dipole FM Broadband Antenna
ADBL’s Vertical Dipole FM Broadcast Antenna, ideal for HD Radio™ and analog broadcasting, is a vertically polarized broadband FM side mount antenna consisting of a Balun fed vertical dipole, power divider, coaxial feed lines and featuring symmetrical band bass. Constructed of stainless steel with a brass inner conductor, all associated brackets and hardware are made of hot dipped, galvanized steel to furnish many years of dependable service. The unit is completely assembled full size and factory tuned on an electrically similar tower structure to insure proper impedance match and low VSWR.

ADB-CNQ-X1X-FM – FM Notch Filter
The ADB-CNQ is a Coaxial Quarter Wave Notch Filter. Designed for suppression of intermodal products and rejection of a single frequency, the filter family also features natural temperature stabilization, low insertion loss and VSWR packaged in a compact, high “Q” aluminum cavity. The filter’s small footprint allows it to be mounted virtually anywhere in a transmission system.

About Alan Dick Broadcast
UK-based Alan Dick Broadcast (ADBL) is a long-established global leader in the manufacture of antennas, combiners / filters, towers and broadcast infrastructure services for digital and analogue video and audio systems. Our portfolio starts at concept and runs through planning site development, station equipment, towers, antennas, and a full implementation and testing service. Additional information about ADBL may be obtained at: www.alandickbroadcast.com

ADBL contact: Sonia Del Castillo
mailto:sonia.delcastillo@alandickbroadcast.com

ADBL contact: Simon Williams
mailto:simon.williams@alandickbroadcast.com

Press Contact: Desert Moon Communications
Harriet Diener • +1 845-512-8283
harriet@desertmooncomm.com

Jampro Antennas Returns to NRB With Targeted Products and Customized Solutions

VISIT JAMPRO AT NRB BOOTH # 556

Sacramento, CA – Jampro Antennas, Inc. — a world leader in the manufacture and design of antennas, combiners & filters and RF components for every application in radio and television broadcast including DTV, DVB-T, FM and HD Radio solutions — is returning to the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Convention and Expo to display products and solutions targeting the faith-based segment of the broadcasting industry. NRB will take place March 2nd to March 5th at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

The NRB 2013 Exposition is the largest marketplace dedicated to Christian media professionals. Over 200 vendors will showcase their products and services to thousands of attendees including broadcasters, media pastors, program producers, and those with an online presence, or are active in social media.

At NRB Jampro will highlight their ability to provide a full complement of customizable, high quality and reasonably priced systems that bring great value and outstanding features to all segments of broadcasting. Each product is built to the individual specifications of the end-user, and is tested on the Company’s 7,000-foot full-scale test range to guarantee best coverage.

Jampro will also emphasize the benefits of their Prostar JA/MS-BB Broadband UHF Slot Antenna that offers an economical alternative to buying, installing and maintaining multiple antennas by providing a single, compact solution that conserves tower space and minimizes wind loading. Especially designed for multi-channel/combined channel operations in analog-analog, analog-digital or digital-digital TV applications, the JA/MS-BB arrives factory tuned with a ready-to-install, elegant and streamlined design.

In addition, Jampro will showcase their JAVA FM log periodic antennas that are frequency independent and known for good performance and ultra wide-band communications.

Cllck on harriet@desertmooncomm.com to visit Jampro at NRB, Booth 556!

About Jampro
Jampro Antennas Inc., established to answer the need for quality broadcast systems at a reasonable price, is a leading supplier of antennas, combiners & filters and RF components for every application in the broadcast industry. Reputed for innovation and customization, Jampro builds each system to the specifications of the individual broadcaster. From the first system delivered in 1954 to those installed today, the Company is committed to consistent performance and quality founded on solid engineering. Today, over 25,000 broadcasters worldwide benefit from the quality and performance provided by Jampro systems. For additional JAMPRO information, please visit: www.jampro.com.

Jampro contact: Sonia Del Castillo
916-383-1177 • mailto:Sonia@jampro.com

Press Contact: Desert Moon Communications
Harriet Diener • 845-512-8283
harriet@desertmooncomm.com

Harris Broadcast Hires Thomason, Expands North American Radio Sales Territories

DENVER, November 27, 2012 — Harris Broadcast has reconfigured its radio broadcast sales territories in North America to maximize regional impact. The changes include the hiring of Jim Thomason, a 30-year veteran in the radio broadcast industry.

Jim Thomason will represent the southeast U.S. territory for Harris Broadcast

Thomason, who had previously worked for Harris as a district sales manager, will return to the company and focus on the southeast U.S. region. The move will shift long-time regional sales manager Garrett Wood to the northwest region, including Alaska and western Canada. Both Thomason and Wood will maintain the high level of sales and service that customers expect in these regions, while building relationships with new customers.

“With Jim’s hiring, we have taken the opportunity to shift sales responsibilities in a way that leverages the regional strengths of our existing sales representatives in the United States and Canada,” said Mark Goins, Manager, North American radio sales, Harris Broadcast Communications. “We had a unique opportunity in the northwest and Garrett stepped up to the challenge, as he has experience in this territory. We believe that the changes will benefit our customers in every region.”

Thomason has worked in radio since he was 16, giving him a keen insight into customer challenges and how to effectively offer solutions. He most recently served as a regional sales manager for SCMS, Inc., which is an external North American sales channel for Harris PR&E studio systems.

“Harris has set a gold standard of what customers expect in terms of products and service,” said Thomason. “My biggest challenge is making sure that customers understand how what they are buying today can play a significant role in their facility years from now. Harris has always had remarkable insight into understanding what lies ahead for the industry, and developing solutions with the future in mind.”

Goins, who also handles Midwest U.S. sales, notes that other long-time regional sales managers Ron Lane and Brian Szewczyk will see territory expansions as well. The complete breakdown follows:

• Garrett Wood: Northwest U.S. and western Canada (Office phone: 404-474-8852)
• Ron Lane: Southwest U.S., including Hawaii (Office phone: 951-699-7165)
• Mark Goins: Midwest U.S. (Office phone: 513-899-9124)
• Brian Szewczyk: Northeast U.S. and eastern Canada (Office phone: 518-226-0918)
• Jim Thomason: Southeast U.S. (Office phone: 866-573-5935)

About Harris Broadcast Communications
Harris Broadcast Communications offers products, systems and services that provide interoperable workflow solutions for broadcast, cable, satellite and out-of-home networks. The Harris ONE™ solution brings together highly integrated and cost-effective products that enable advanced media workflows for emerging content delivery business models. Additional information about Harris Broadcast Communications is available at www.broadcast.harris.com.
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Clear-Com Takes The University Of Salford To The Head Of The Class

Eclipse Matrix, V-Series Panels and FreeSpeak Integra Wireless System
Enable Communications Across The Multilevel Facility

SALFORD, UK, 21 NOVEMBER, 2012Clear-Com, a global leader in critical voice communication systems, is allowing students at the University of Salford’s £30-million digital learning, teaching and research facility at MediaCityUK to communicate like production professionals. Students and staff across the multilevel campus use Clear-Com’s Eclipse-Median digital matrix intercom system, V-Series lever key-panels and FreeSpeak digital wireless beltpacks to coordinate the productions of one-on-one interviews, news programmes, panel discussions and music series.

The Clear-Com installation at the University has vastly improved production workflow with a set of intercom systems at every key communication position in the facility. The new building is made up of three floors, and nearly every room on each of those floors either has a V-Series key-panel or FreeSpeak wireless beltpack. This includes the editing and post-production spaces located on the second floor and two live TV studios—Studios A and B—along with the galleries and a digital performance lab on the ground level. All beltpack and panels are routed through the Eclipse-Median matrix. This gives students and staff immediate access to communications wherever they are located in the building, whenever it is needed.

“In our old facility, we didn’t have a system for multilevel, group conversations,” says Ash Tidball, TV Studio Manager for the University of Salford at MediaCityUK. “Our previous intercom was very simple. You were in the studio, you had four channels, and you could talk to each other in that studio, and that was it. Coming into the new building, we wanted a system that would allow us to converse in different areas of the site, but without the crosstalk that might occur due to our close proximity to the BBC. The main goal was being able to talk to whomever we needed to, without interference.”

The Clear-Com equipment has accomplished this for Tidball, his colleagues and students. Not only does the FreeSpeak integration to the matrix offer up to 40 wireless beltpack users, but it also provides six channels per beltpack for many group and point-to-point connections.

“We have the Clear-Com system set up so we can talk just to production, sound or the floor techs,” adds Tidball. “Or we can select all three of those groups and speak with them all at the same time. It’s a very expansive system.”

Operating within the license-free 1.8GHz-1.93 GHz frequency band, away from the crowded spectrum where other wireless devices operate, FreeSpeak delivers a reliable, uninterrupted signal. FreeSpeak also combines DECT and wireless auto-roaming technologies to allow users to move about the campus freely without fading or losing connection.

The Clear-Com Eclipse is highly modular, a key specification Tidball and his colleagues had wanted in the intercom system for the new facility. The Eclipse and IP-enabled V-Series panels operate on the facility’s Ethernet and fibre network, making future upgrades simple. Further, the Eclipse Configuration Software (ECS) simplifies programming and automates the setup of intercom communications. This is especially useful in the frenetically paced work environment, where operators may not always have time to manually program the system. Staff members can also log onto the ECS through any of the main terminals in the building, conveniently changing inputs and outputs as needed.

“The University of Salford’s educational facility at MediaCityUK marks a major milestone in broadcast education in the UK, establishing what will no doubt become a premier training ground for the country’s future top broadcasters,” says Dan Muchmore, Regional Sales Manager, UK, Ireland and Scandinavia, Clear-Com. “Clear-Com is proud that this prestigious institution has selected the Eclipse-Median and FreeSpeak intercoms to train its students in professional production communications.”

About Clear-Com
Clear-Com, an HME company, is the global leader in critical voice communication systems for professional productions. Since 1968, Clear-Com has developed and marketed a comprehensive range of analogue, digital and IP-based wired and wireless intercom technologies for party-line and point-to-point communications. Recognised for our legacy of intercom innovations, production teams around the world have come to depend on Clear-Com for clear, reliable and scalable communication solutions. More information about Clear-Com can be found at www.clearcom.com.

Harris HPX Transmitter Boosts FM Efficiency, Audio Quality for St. Louis Area Radio Station

KLJY-FM engineer points to lower bills, sophisticated technology as superior benefits

DENVER, November 19, 2012
KLJY-FM, a Christian music station serving the St. Louis area, is now transmitting crystal-clear sound to its vast listening audience from a new Harris® HPX® tube transmitter, while also lowering operational costs.

The high-power HPX40 (40kW) transmitter hits the power level required, with a compact footprint that significantly lowers installation costs. Its operational efficiency is also reducing monthly bills for the station, commonly known to listeners as 99.1 JOY FM.

“The HPX40 was the only transmitter in this power range that fit in our space without very expensive changes to our facility,” said Dave Obergoenner, director of engineering, 99.1 JOY FM. “The HPX40 has an exceptionally high factory-rated efficiency that translates to the real world. It draws considerably less power than our old main transmitter, and puts out quite a bit less heat — heat that we would need to air-condition away at this site.”

The station’s impressive power output means that a tube transmitter was a far more cost-efficient choice than a solid-state model. Obergoenner notes that the HPX design offers sophistication in line with the top solid-state transmitters on the market, from intuitive web-based monitoring to redundant power supplies that safeguard its operation.

“The HPX line takes the advantages found in very expensive solid-state boxes of most other brands and implements them in a tube-type transmitter,” he said. “It’s a thoroughly modern, sophisticated design. The web interface has enabled me to connect from hundreds of miles away, and see faults at the St. Louis community tower that left other engineers scratching their heads. This is the most amazing transmitter I’ve installed – and I’ve installed many.”

JOY FM broadcasts in analog-only today, but Obergoenner expects that the station will launch an HD Radio™ broadcast service should the budget allow in the future. He notes that Harris tube transmitters are “considerably ahead of the pack” when it comes to HD Radio field upgradeability.

Obergoenner also points to exceptional audio quality since installing the transmitter, with a nod to the Harris® Digit® CD exciter that generates the signal.

“I’ve installed a lot of Digit exciters over the years — some even driving other transmitters — and they present a fantastic sound,” he said. “The Digit line has always delivered some of my favorite-sounding exciters. There is something huge, yet crystal-clear about the sound they produce. The Digit CD is no exception.”

About Harris Broadcast Communications
Harris Broadcast Communications offers products, systems and services that provide interoperable workflow solutions for broadcast, cable, satellite and out-of-home networks. The Harris ONE™ solution brings together highly integrated and cost-effective products that enable advanced media workflows for emerging content delivery business models. Additional information about Harris Broadcast Communications is available at www.broadcast.harris.com.

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Jampro Antennas To Upgrade FM Signals For Utah State University

Sacramento, CA – Jampro Antennas, Inc. — a world leader in the manufacture and design of radio frequency components and antennas for radio and television transmission — today announced the award of a comprehensive turnkey project to consolidate three FM signals for KUER, the Salt Lake City-based radio station operated by Utah State University.

Jampro will deliver and install an FM broadband panel antenna, model JAHD Arrowhead Dipole with protective radomes, plus transmission line and required monitoring. An RCCC Constant Impedance combiner will bring the KUER, KUER-HD2 and KUER-HD3 signals together. The system will be housed in a harsh mountaintop environment above 12,000 feet in one of the country’s few remaining manned transmitter sites.

“We installed the station’s initial antenna system in 1973; periodic upgrades and additions have extended their range and signal quality,” said Alex Perchevich, president of Jampro. “The University selected us for this significant upgrade based on our cost-effective technology and proven track record of reliability – we sincerely appreciate their loyalty and confidence in Jampro.”

About Jampro
Jampro Antennas Inc., established to answer the need for quality broadcast systems at a reasonable price, is a leading supplier of antennas, combiners & filters and RF components for every application in the broadcast industry. Reputed for innovation and customization, Jampro builds each system to the specifications of the individual broadcaster. From the first system delivered in 1954 to those installed today, the Company is committed to consistent performance and quality founded on solid engineering. Today, over 15,000 broadcasters worldwide benefit from the quality and performance provided by Jampro systems. For additional JAMPRO information, please visit: www.jampro.com.

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Jampro Contact: Sonia Del Castillo
+1-916-383-1177 • Sonia@jampro.com

Press Contact: Desert Moon Communications
Harriet Diener • +1-845-512-8283
harriet@desertmooncomm.com

The Music Producers Guild Helps Define A New Industry Standard

The Music Producers Guild’s Mastering Group has achieved a significant breakthrough for all recording artists and other copyright owners by working with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) to create an industry standard for embedding ISRCs within digital music files.

This major step forward will make accurate file identification and content tracking much easier and could help royalty agencies develop more precise systems for payments, thereby safeguarding the incomes of all artists and copyright owners when their recordings are played on air.

MPG Mastering Group board member and Alchemy Mastering Engineer Barry Grint, who led the initiative, says: “ISRC stands for International Standard Recording Code. Every song released – and indeed every version of that song – is allocated a unique ISRC by the record label. In the past the ISRC information was included within sub data streams of a CD, so a track could be identified by its associated ISRC.

“However, now that we have entered the digital age and are increasingly using digital WAV files, the ability to securely associate ISRC data with specific tracks has been lost because the only common way to incorporate ISRC into a WAV file is via the file name. If someone renames the file – or if the name is truncated or amended by a software program – the vital ISRC information can easily be lost. Unfortunately many record companies are not aware of this and simply assume that ISRCs are being embedded into WAV files. Technically that just isn’t possible so many mastering engineers were simply adding the code to the file title, which was an insecure practise.”

The MPG Mastering Group recognized that this was a major problem and that the industry needed an approved method for embedding ISRC data within a WAV file. Fortunately the EBU had developed the Broadcast WAV File (BWF), a variant of the WAV file for use by broadcasters. Although this variation allows for metadata to be added within the file, no standard had been defined as to how and where the data should be stored. Also workstation manufacturers offering the ability to create BWF files did not have a consensus as to the fields in which data should be entered.

Barry Grint approached the EBU and asked them to adapt the BWF standard so that ISRC’s could once again be included in metadata in a regular way.

“The new system is simple to implement and the MPG is encouraging workstation manufacturers and record companies to use BWF in preference to WAV as the standard specification for file exchange,” Barry Grint says. “Once adopted, this system will allow ISRC to flow through the whole production chain. iTunes and other aggregators will be able to pull the ISRC through during encoding and broadcast playout systems can easily be adapted to recognise the ISRC, making airplay reporting far more accurate.

“This is a major step forward for the music industry as it gives us the opportunity to identify with certainty every digital Master file regardless of how that file is named. We would like to thank the team at the EBU for recognizing the importance of this to the MPG and the Music Industry worldwide and the speed with which they were able to bring this about. By making ISRC the cornerstone of asset management and royalty reporting, we should be able to ensure a more accurate system of royalty payments and writer/performer credits, thereby supporting the income of all recording artists and copyright owners well into the future.”

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About Music Producers Guild (UK):

The Music Producers Guild (UK) is an independent and democratic organisation that encourages the highest standards of music production, and actively engages with other music industry organisations to campaign and lobby on matters of important mutual interest.

The MPG represents and promotes the interests of all those involved in the production of recorded music, including producers, engineers, mixers, re-mixers, programmers and mastering engineers. www.mpg.org.uk

Jampro Antennas Meets Digital Deadline for Jamaica’s CVM TV

Sacramento, CA – Jampro Antennas, Inc. — a world leader in the manufacture and design of radio frequency components and antennas for radio and television transmission — today announced the award and very quick delivery of a television antenna system to Jamaica’s CVM TV, for its Marley Hill site. CVM TV, on-air since early 1993, enjoys a forty-nine percent market share and broadcasts a full 24 hours per day of news, sports and entertainment programming.

Jampro successfully met a tight schedule to supply a model JHD LV2 Band I Panel Antenna. The horizontally polarized half-wave antenna, available in spaced dual or single dipole configuration, offers excellent bandwidth and VSWR performance via its pressurized feed system & stainless steel dipoles.

“The contract award came with a very short delivery deadline,” said Alex Perchevich, president of Jampro. “Our manufacturing team was able to construct and test the system in record time so it could arrive on-site well within the station’s timeframe. We’re extremely pleased to have a role in upgrading the quality of CVM TV’s broadcast signal.”

About Jampro
Jampro Antennas Inc., established to answer the need for quality broadcast systems at a reasonable price, is a leading supplier of antennas, combiners & filters and RF components for every application in the broadcast industry. Reputed for innovation and customization, Jampro builds each system to the specifications of the individual broadcaster. From the first system delivered in 1954 to those installed today, the Company is committed to consistent performance and quality founded on solid engineering. Today, over 15,000 broadcasters worldwide benefit from the quality and performance provided by Jampro systems. For additional JAMPRO information, please visit: www.jampro.com.

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Jampro Contact: Sonia Del Castillo
+1-916-383-1177 • Sonia@jampro.com

Press Contact: Desert Moon Communications
Harriet Diener • +1-845-512-8283
harriet@desertmooncomm.com

Alan Dick Broadcast to Upgrade Antenna for the UAQ Broadcasting Network

Gloucestershire, United Kingdom – Alan Dick Broadcast, Ltd (ADBL) – a leading supplier of broadcast systems for digital and analog audio / video for radio and television transmission – today announced the award of a contract to upgrade an existing antenna at UAQ Broadcasting Network within the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The modifications will permit Radio Hayat FM, recently launched by Gulf News Broadcasting, to transmit at full power. Hayat (meaning “life”) FM’s modern, upbeat 24/7 programming – a mix of Arabic music along with local and international news – caters to listeners in the 18-39 demographic.

ADBL technicians will upgrade the feed system and dipole panels on the original Alan Dick antenna with new high power components to create a Double Dipole Panel with H90 Horizontal/V90 Vertical Polarization and an Omni-Directional Broadband pattern. The new antennas are being manufactured in Cheltenham for installation at the end of August.

“We are honoured to receive another contract from Gulf News Broadcasting following on the heels of a successful upgrade that led to the recent launch of Radio ME, a station that transmits from the same site,” said Barry Sugden, director of Alan Dick Broadcast. “We appreciate the opportunity to help a long-time client offer programming to new audiences while continuing to grow a successful broadcast network.”

About Alan Dick Broadcast
UK-based Alan Dick Broadcast (ADBL) is a long-established global leader in the manufacture of antennas, combiners / filters, towers and broadcast infrastructure services for digital and analogue video and audio systems. Our portfolio starts at concept and runs through planning site development, station equipment, towers, antennas, and a full implementation and testing service. Additional information about ADBL may be obtained at: www.alandickbroadcast.com

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ABDL contact: Sonia Del Castillo
+1-916-383-1177
sonia.delcastillo@alandickbroadcast.com

ADBL contact: Barry Sugden
+44 1242 820975 / +44 1242 820972
barry.sugden@alandickbroadcast.com

Press Contact: Desert Moon Communications
Harriet Diener • +1-845-512-8283
harriet@desertmooncomm.com

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