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KQED Takes Studer Modulo to a Bank

KQED Takes Studer Modulo to a Bank

Studer said KQED Public Radio in San Francisco is the first broadcaster in the world to purchase its new OnAir 500 Modulo console model, and will use it in the station’s Sacramento bureau.
The bureau is across the street from the California State Capitol in the ground floor of a former bank. The studio is located in what used to be the bank vault.
The modular digital mixer is expected to be operational by next week.
The station also uses OnAir 2000 consoles at its headquarters on Mariposa Street in San Francisco, the supplier said. The station is converting facilities to digital throughout. The station’s DOE is Dan Mansergh.