Modulation Sciences said a recent tactical business decision involving where it sells digital TV products will not affect its radio offerings.
RW sister publication Television Broadcast reported on MSI’s plans to focus on business growth in Latin America and Mexico, now that the U.S. digital TV transition has passed.
Executive Director of Global Sales and Marketing Lawrence Pecora told Radio World that ModSci’s radio products are not affected. Those products include the Composite Processor, FM ModMinder, Composite Distribution Amplifier, Sidekick Audio and Composite Line Driver Set, according to its website.
Eric Small started his broadcast career at a classical music radio station in New York in 1964, and soon moved to A&R Recording under Phil Ramone. He later was chief engineer at WOR(FM) in New York. In 1974, he helped develop the Orban Optimod FM audio processor and became a consultant. He founded Modulation Sciences in 1981.