Las Vegas-based contemporary hit radio station KXLI(FM), which was acquired in June by the Spanish-language Exa-FM network, purchased the SCMS Desktop Radio Package for its new studios.
The station opted to upgrade the package from the standard Harris PR&E Oasis 8-channel audio console to a 12-channel. They also added three guest positions in addition to the standard host. It also includes WideOrbit Automation for Radio package and the peripherals.
The package was selected by Gerry Fernandez, the station’s operations manager.
The studio design and installation oversaw by Ray Ragle of Las Vegas-based Desert Sands Broadcasting.