Wheatstone reported several recent sales of products.
Among radio applications, Clear Channel purchased a 16-fader LX-24 console for Augusta, Ga. Townsquare Media in Lufkin, Texas, purchased IP-88D digital Blades for its WheatNet-IP system. Corus Radio in Edmonton, Canada, ordered a WheatNet-IP system.
Also, CKUA in Alberta purchased a large system, including four LX-24 consoles, five IP-12 digital consoles, 12 IP-88 Blades and 10 AoIP drivers from Ron Paley Broadcast. Washington State University purchased four E-6 consoles, two Sideboards and 16 IP-88 Blades, one with embedded Aura8-IP Vorsis.
Wheatstone’s Audioarts Engineering division said the Royal Thai Navy purchased an R-55E-12 console through distributor Broadcast & Studio. Two R-55e-12 consoles went to Kiev, Ukraine, via reseller Comtel Broadcasting. Three Air-3 consoles went to Philippines through distributor Broadcast World Philippines.
Also, Georgia Southern University purchased an R-55E-18 console through BSW. Curtis Media of Raleigh, N.C. purchased two IP-12 digital radio consoles. Adventure Radio of Hilton Head, S.C., purchased an R-55E-18 console through 305 Broadcast. Radio Tri-Cities in Washington state ordered seven P-12 digital radio consoles with five IP-88 Blades.
And recent purchasers of various Wheatstone processors include KUOW(FM) in Seattle; Univision in Fresno, Calif.; Emmis Radio’s WTHI(FM)/WWVR(FM) in Terre Haute, Ind.; Clear Channel Portland and Bayshore Broadcasting Ontario.