APT Notes Sale to Danish Station for IP Network

APT reported a sale of its WorldNet Oslo audio multiplexer platform to Danish Radio station Syddanske Medier, part of the Orkla Media Group.
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APT reported a sale of its WorldNet Oslo audio multiplexer platform to Danish Radio station Syddanske Medier, part of the Orkla Media Group.

It chose the codec for use in a new, countrywide, IP audio distribution infrastructure.

“The new Point-to Multi-point STL system employed by Syddanske Medier is based on an MPLS IP Broadcast Network and enables the distribution of individual program feeds with insertion of local news coverage, commercials and RDS data,” APT said.

The WorldNet Oslo will integrate with a Dalet playout system and C-Net technology.

Syddanske Medier’s technical manager is Thomas Keep. APT’s Danish distributor is AVIT Systems.

The station purchased nine systems, all with duplex audio modules to enable them to monitor and record the return signal as required by Danish law.

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