Telos on the Move

It completes its change of headquarters
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Broadcast audio equipment manufacturer Telos Systems, along with its sister businesses Axia Audio and Omnia Audio, has taken up new residence at a new headquarters.

The company remains in Cleveland, where it has deep roots. Steve Church, Frank Foti and their colleagues selected a three-story building with 55,000 square feet of office space.

Managing Director Denny Sanders stated in the announcement, "We needed a larger space to not only manage our current business, but to be able to accommodate our future growth. Our new space provides vastly improved work areas for all of our divisions … We were even able to offer SBE Chapter 70 the use of our new demonstration space for their monthly meetings."

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As RW reported earlier, the company's phone numbers remain the same.

Separately, Telos noted International Datacasting's recent sale of 800 SFX4101 EXP Pro Audio Satellite Receivers to NPR for use at its affiliates and the Public Radio Satellite System. The SFX4101 works with Axia's Livewire digital network system.


NPR to Move?

... because, as the Washington Post reports, NPR has outgrown its current space and plans to move its Washington headquarters in the year 2011.