RFA Will Use Axia in 35-Studio Project in Washington

Radio Free Asia also has its systems in Bangkok and Seoul.
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Radio Free Asia will install Axia Audio consoles and IP-Audio networking equipment as part of news studios at its Washington facility.

RFA broadcasts in nine languages via shortwave and the Internet.

The manufacturer said the project will encompass 35 studios, including 35 Element audio consoles and Studio Engines and an IP-Audio routing network consisting of 99 Axia AES, Analog and Microphone Audio Nodes.

Routing automation will be provided by Axia’s PathfinderPC Routing Control Software; network management by Axia iProbe, and program archiving by the Axia iProFiler automated logging suite.

“The Washington, D.C. project will be Radio Free Asia’s third Axia build, following the five-studio installation in 2006 of an Axia IP-Audio network and consoles in their Bangkok, Thailand facility and a two studio installation in Seoul, South Korea,” the company said.


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