The Austrian state broadcaster ORF has invested in 14 JÃ¼nger Audio MIX4 mixers, which have been installed in the broadcasterâ€™s regional radio studios in Linz.
These compact, four fader mixers are designed for many different applications in Radio and TV, including editing, voice over and console back up. Because they are very simple to use, they are an ideal tool for non-technical staff such as presenters and journalists. The ability to create hundreds of different DSP presets means that each operator can have his or her own configuration stored in the mixer for quick and easy recall. more…
IBC2010 Show Preview
NETIA, a GlobeCast company, is a leading provider of software solutions that enable efficient management and delivery of content to today’s full array of media platforms. Relied on by more than 10,000 users in 200 installations in more than 40 countries, NETIA solutions allow content producers and owners to manage content from ingest to delivery, targeting multiplatform outlets including the Internet, VOD, IPTV services, and mobile devices.
NETIA provides content management solutions to major radio and television brands and multimedia groups around the world, and recent wins have made the company a significant new player in the telco market, as well. Clients include BSkyB, RAI Italy, Radio Riyadh, France Telecom/Orange, RTM Malaysia, Mediacorp Singapore, Radio France, the Associated Press, France Televisions, and L’Ã‰quipe 24/24. NETIA has its headquarters in France, with offices in the United States, Paris, Rome, and Sydney, in addition to a global network of professional distribution partners.
For more information visit www.netia.com more…
Leading Supplier and Integrator of Broadcast and Professional Systems Embraces NETIA Solutions for Media Asset Management
CLARET, France — July 7, 2010 — NETIA today announced that Videocorp, a pioneer in broadcast and professional video and systems integration in Chile, now carries NETIA’s entire product range, including solutions for radio, television, and multiplatform broadcasting. Videocorp supplies products and services to virtually every television network across Chile. more…
IBC Hall 8 Stand # B96
For Release in IBC Preview Issues
JAMPRO ANTENNASâ€™ TO SHOW TRUSTED RANGE OF ADVANCED ANTENNA, RF COMPONENTS, RIGID LINE AND ACCESSORIES AT IBC 2010
MANUFACTURERâ€™S LINE ADDRESSES EVERY APPLICATION INCLUDING DTV, FM, LP-FM, FM-HD AND HD RADIO
Sacramento, CA (12 July 2010) â€“ Jampro Antennas, Inc. â€“ a world leader in the manufacture and design of radio frequency components and broadcast antennas for radio and television â€“ will show its time-tested range of advanced antennas, RF components, and a full series of rigid line and accessories at IBC 2010 in Hall 8, Stand B96. The California-based company, established in 1954, serves a wide international client-base with both television and radio solutions for DTV, FM, LP-FM, FM-HD and HD Radio. more…
OLD LYME, Conn. â€“ July 13, 2010 â€“ This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of the introduction of the classic Sennheiser MD 421-U large diaphragm, cardioid, dynamic microphone. The venerable MD 421, which is still in production as the MD 421 II, has been one of Sennheiserâ€™s best-selling dynamic microphones for decades thanks to its durability, versatility, and ability to handle high sound pressure levels. Offering exemplary performance on voices, but equally effective on a wide range of acoustic and amplified instruments, the MD 421 continues to be an essential component of any microphone collection in the studio or on the road.
The MD 421 has been improved over the years with upgrades to the housing, output connector, basket, and capsule assembly. A limited-production MD 421 Special Edition that recaptured the full-bodied performance of the microphoneâ€™s original design was introduced in 2003 to commemorate the ninetieth birthday of Sennheiser founder, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Fritz Sennheiser. The MD 421 II continues the tradition of the MD 421 while upgrading the original design in order to take advantage of improved production techniques and materials. more…
Old Lyme, Conn., July 7, 2010 â€“ The Goo Goo Dolls occupy a unique space in the music industry, having risen from a respectable decade in the underground to worldwide stardom. Now poised to release their ninth studio album, Something For The Rest Of Us, the Goo Goo Dolls are spending much of the summer selling out arenas. Veteran engineers Paul David Hager (FOH) and Robert Windel (monitors) are relying on Sennheiser and Neumann wireless and wired equipment for nearly every aspect of the Goo Goo Dollsâ€™ live set. Frontman Johnny Rzeznik sings into a Sennheiser SKM 5200 handheld transmitter with a Neumann KK 104 S capsule, whereas bass player Robby Takac sings into a wired Sennheiser MD 431 II. Drummer Mike Malininâ€™s kit is a combination of Neumann and Sennheiser mics, including large-diaphragm TLM 103s for overheads and toms. The bandâ€™s impressive collection of basses and guitars run wireless on fourteen Sennheiser ew 572 G3 channels. Finally, with not a stage wedge to be seen, the whole band, along with several techs, use Sennheiser ew 300 IEM G3 wireless personal monitors to inspire performances worthy of the Goo Goo Dollsâ€™ now legendary status.
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – JULY 2010: For a limited time (July 1 through August 31, 2010) all purchases of BOCK 151 large-diaphragm vocal condensers made from authorized U.S. dealers are eligible for a $300 rebate from TransAudio Group, BOCK Audio’s worldwide distributor. There has never been a better time to add the lush vocal capture of the BOCK 151 to your sonic repertoire. TransAudio’s substantial, limited-time rebate is an opportunity to be seized!
Built in the sonic image of the BOCK 251, the BOCK 151 uses a handmade German capsule, a hand-wound vintage-style transformer, a NOS tube, and a handmade power supply. It includes a brite/normal switch for added versatility. Most importantly, the BOCK 151 delivers that indescribable sound of the truly great vocal mics at a fraction of the cost. What was already one of the greatest values in high-end vocal mics is even better with this rebate! more…
~ Industry Leader Discusses New Technologies for Cleaner Sounding Radio ~
Cleveland, OH â€• Omnia Audio president and founder Frank Foti is taking his wealth of knowledge on the road with several presentations and papers in the second half of 2010. Foti will talk about the Omnia teamâ€™s design philosophy incorporated in the recently announced Omnia.11, as well as sharing his decades of experience as one of the industry pioneers in creating compelling sounding radio.
â€œProcessing for radio has been my passion since my days as chief at New Yorkâ€™s groundbreaking Z-100,â€? says Frank Foti. â€œI look forward to talking about our work to improve the sound of radio without sacrificing loudness, and showing off the new Omnia.11 FM.â€? more…
If you’re not one of the 177,000 music fans planning to camp out at Worthy Farm in Pilton, England for the renowned Glastonbury Festival this weekend, you can still hear all the great music. RadioTime has created a Glastonbury Festival channel, featuring the festival’s official radio station Worthy FM 87.7 in Pilton, as well as streams from BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 6 all weekend. Listen to the music at home, or on your mobile phone using one of RadioTime’s multiple smart phone apps for the iPhone, Android, Palm and Blackberry.
The line-up is incredible. Friday night, Gorillaz headlines with special guest Lou Reed. Muse tops the bill on Saturday night, and rumors are flying of a special guest — names include Jimmy Page, Brian May and The Edge. Sunday night the legendary Stevie Wonder headlines.
Here’s the direct link to The Glastonbury Festival channel on RadioTime.com:
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (June 24, 2010) â€” On Saturday, June 19, 2010, The Recording AcademyÂ® Texas Chapter and the Producers & Engineers WingÂ® presented “P&E Wing Retreat at the Rock” at Blue Rock Artist Ranch & Studio in Wimberley, Texas.
Blue Rock, founded by songwriter/guitarist Billy Crockett and his wife Dodee, is a destination studio dedicated to audio excellence situated on 19 pristine acres in the Texas Hill Country outside of Austin. At “Retreat at the Rock,” 100 guests were treated to a full day of presentations by recording luminaries, professional development workshops, networking, and a special musical performance from GRAMMYÂ®-nominated singer-songwriter Ruthie Foster. Presenters included Steve Lamm, owner of Cryptic Globe Recording (CGR); legendary producer/engineer/designer George Massenburg; platinum producer/mixer Tim Palmer; Shadow Hills Industries president and founder Peter Reardon; and keynote speaker Rupert Neve, founder of Rupert Neve Designs Incorporated. more…