Who's Buying What, April 25, 2007

News of recent sales and purchases of broadcast radio equipment and services. Sellers and buyers, send your news to radioworld@imaspub.com. Several vendors reported passing notable milestones. A-Ware Software Inc., developer of the MusicMaster for Windows music scheduling software, said it has exceeded 2,000 users.
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News of recent sales and purchases of broadcast radio equipment and services. Sellers and buyers, send your news toradioworld@imaspub.com.

Several vendors reported passing notable milestones.

A-Ware Software Inc., developer of the MusicMaster for Windows music scheduling software, said it has exceeded 2,000 users. The company has been a music scheduling software provider since 1983 and launched a Windows-based platform in 2003. ...

DaySequerra announced the sale of its 1000th HD Radio monitor. The manufacturer sold the unit to Vermont Public Radio in Burlington, which ordered the new Model M4.2R. ...

And Media Monitors has said it has surpassed the 700-client mark. Customers include radio and TV stations, local cable operations and newspapers. The company offers broadcast monitoring and verification services. ...

The Mississippi Public Broadcasting Network now carries local weather content provided by The Weather Channel after signing an affiliate agreement. ...

Heil Sound said Denise Plante of Denver’s “Murphy and Denise Show” on Entercom station KOSI(FM) is the first radio personality to adopt the Heil Pink Pearl as a primary on-air microphone. A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of Heil Pink Pearl microphones is donated to The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.

Dalet Digital Media Systems said Fjölmiðlavaktin, an Icelandic media monitoring group, chose DaletPlus Activelog to manage audio feeds of its broadcast monitoring business. ...

Christian Broadcasting Services began broadcasting on WHKC(FM) to the Columbus, Ohio, area using a Jampro flat-panel, directional antenna. It’s a new Class B station using a JCPD single-bay circularly polarized four-dipole antenna system with protective radomes and deicers. Frequency is 91.5 MHz. ...

Klotz Digital Asia received an order to supply a 16-fader Aeon Digital On-Air Console to Fly FM, one of the two radio stations owned by Media Prima Group. The Malaysia station went on the air in 2005 calling itself the first in the world located in an airport.

Separately, Klotz system integrator Telesto Broadcast Solutions Pte. Ltd. installed and delivered a Vadis system to Gulf News Broadcasting of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. ...

Harris Corp. said Jefferson Public Radio agreed to install Harris HD Radio transmitters at its FM and AM stations. JPR owns 21 stations in Oregon and Northern California.

Harris will also provide FlexStar HD Radio products. JPR also is upgrading its analog microwave system to digital. It carries three public radio services shared among various stations but will be upgraded to carry up to nine program services, each FM equipped to broadcast two supplementary channels. Harris is helping JPR install Intraplex STL HD systems to stack multiple audio services over existing T1 lines. The conversions will take place over 15 months, with completion in spring 2008.

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