Wheatstone says WMAL(AM/FM) in Washington, has added the Glass-E virtual mixer to an existing WheatNet-IP system.
IHeart Radio in Cincinnati purchased additional I/0 Blades to expand its WheatNet-IP system.
In Canada, Bell Media of Montreal purchased a SideBoard control surface, audio drivers and LIO-48 high-density logic Blade for an existing WheatNet-IP system through Marketing Marc Vallee.
Rogers Radio Toronto purchased three TS-22 talent stations and an M4-IP four-channel voice processor along with audio drivers for an existing WheatNet-IP system through Ron Paley Broadcast.
Corus Radio of Calgary, Alberta, purchased an IP-12 console and I/0 Blades for an existing WheatNet-IP system also through Ron Paley Broadcast.
Medcom of Panama purchased LX-24 consoles with WheatNet-IP system through 305 Broadcast.
On the processing side, WATD(FM) of Marshfield, Mass., purchased an AirAura spectral audio processor. Univision in Houston also purchased an AirAura spectral audio processor.
Beasley Broadcast of Miami purchased a VP-8 multimode audio processor unit, and Townsquare Media, based in Greenwich, Conn., purchased 11 VP-8IP multimode, networked audio processor units for several markets.
CFDV(FM) and CHUB(FM) in Red Deer, Alberta, purchased M2 dual channel mic processors through Ron Paley Broadcast. WUST(AM), WNWR(AM) and WCRW(AM), in the Northeastern U.S., also purchased eight M2 dual channel mic processors through SCMS.