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Axia Snags 13-Room IP Deal; Also Signs Up IDC

Axia Snags 13-Room IP Deal; Also Signs Up IDC

Axia Audio announced the sale of 13 rooms of IP-Audio networking equipment to Clear Channel Radio for installation in its Asheville, N.C., station cluster.
Element modular control surfaces, Axia Audio Nodes and other IP-Audio equipment will be used in networked on-air studios. Multiple production and news facilities, editing rooms and a Technical Operations Center are being equipped by Axia.
Chris Karb is chief engineer of the cluster, which will use a Prophet Systems digital audio system.
Separately, Axia this week announced an agreement with International Datacasting Corp. to include Livewire network connectivity in IDC satellite receivers.
This deal “will allow radio stations to share and distribute received program audio content anywhere in their facilities directly via an IP-Audio Network, reducing and often eliminating the need for PC sound cards, D-to-A conversions and discrete audio wiring, and preserving Program-Associated Data (PAD) received and distributed with audio content,” Axia stated.