From the Who’s Buying What page of Radio World:
Wheatstone announced a number of recent sales. WWOZ(FM) in New Orleans will rebuild a studio using an E-6 control surface and WheatNet-IP system. CBC Radio in Moncton, New Brunswick, purchased four E-6 control surfaces, a Glass-E virtual mixer, 12 WheatNet-IP Blades including two Aura8-IP audio processing units, and the IP Meter 64 “wall of meters” application, plus four TS-22 talent stations; that sale was through Marketing Marc Vallee. KBIA(FM) in Columbia, Mo., will rebuild four studios with WheatNet-IP and E-1 and L-8 control surfaces.
The Audioarts division announced console sales to WAQY(FM) in East Longmeadow, Mass; Audio Design Co., for a project in Hong Kong; Victory Life Church in Battle Creek, Mich.; and the Public Relations Department of Thailand, via Broadcast and Studio Co.
In processing, Wheatstone reported various sales including AirAura X3 processors to Entravision for its Los Angeles and Sacramento markets.
Buyers and sellers are invited to send news of recent sales to firstname.lastname@example.org, attention Who’s Buying What.