Click to read the following changes in operation due to COVID-19.

Latest News

Press Kit
May 13

When Everything Stops, Radio and Television Continue

When the list of essential jobs rolled out, broadcasters were notably included. That’s because live media is vital in times of crisis. It’s a valuable source of information, entertainment, and comfort that reaches audiences who are often isolated from other sources of media. But broadcasters don’t need to endanger themselves to provide important programming. Many […]

Continue Reading Gear in Action In the News
May 08

“Candelaria Radio” Stands Out With An Innovative Way To Broadcast From Home

The text of this piece is translated into English from an article in Spanish from “Mava Comunicaciones”. To read the original piece, click here. In order to continue transmitting its traditional, excellent audio and signal quality to its listeners, Candelaria Radio of Tierra Amarilla, Chile, through the use of Comrex Opal technology, is one of […]

Continue Reading Gear in Action In the News
May 04

Keeping Neumann University connected with “Coronacasts”

When Neumann University shut down due to COVID-19, Neumann University station manager Sean McDonald wanted to find a way to keep students connected. He moved the university’s radio equipment into his own home, so he could keep the school’s station, 98.5 WNUW, on the air. “I want to keep them engaged, and provide them with […]

Continue Reading Gear in Action In the News
Apr 27

“Karson & Kennedy” launch “Feed The Front Lines Fridays”

Since stay-at-home orders were put into effect in Massachusetts, Karson Tager has been doing his show, Karson & Kennedy on Boston radio station Mix 104.1 with a Comrex ACCESS live from his wife’s sewing studio. (Where, by the way, she’s been making masks to donate to their community – learn more about that here.) But their […]

Continue Reading Gear in Action In the News
Apr 27

Bonneville Sacramento is keeping things live and local

Bonneville International operates 22 radio stations, including Sacramento CA, that produce valuable local media for their markets. Local media is especially vital now, so it’s important that their stations continue to produce coverage. So Bonneville Sacramento’s engineering department put together a kit to keep their people on the air. Jason Ornellas, director of engineering for […]

Continue Reading Gear in Action In the News
Apr 01

Working From Home

For decades, Comrex has been designing equipment to allow broadcasters of all kinds to deliver live content from anywhere. From IP audio codecs to guest interview solutions – this is what we do. With the current situation regarding COVID-19, more and more broadcasters need to work remotely and broadcast reliably. We have a variety of […]

Continue Reading In the News
Mar 05

User Report: Comrex ACCESS Delivers College Sports

IP codecs ease of use makes connecting to service providers a breeze By Kevin Collins Independent engineer and sports announcer This user report was originally published in Radio World. To read the piece there, click here. For approximately 10 years, I worked for the New England Patriots football team. I didn’t have any radio skills […]

Continue Reading In the News User Reports
Feb 18

Comrex LiveShot Provides Low Latency, High Quality for TheBlaze

This piece was originally published in TVTechnology. To read the piece, click here. IRVING, TEXAS—As senior vice president of studio operations for TheBlaze—a media network founded by Glenn Beck—for the past several years, I’ve been responsible for managing the backend for all programming at TheBlaze television, as well as the production side for TheBlaze radio […]

Continue Reading In the News User Reports
Feb 12

What’s the Protecting Community Television Act?

With changes to the print and broadcast industries, community TV serves a more vital role than ever in offering local news and features to smaller communities. Recently, Senator Edward Markey and Rep. Anna Eshoo introduced some exciting legislation to protect community television. Their new act, the Protecting Community Television Act, would ensure that community television […]

Continue Reading In the News
Jan 24

ACCESS Firmware v4.5p2 is now available!

We’ve introduced a new version of firmware for ACCESS and BRIC-Link codecs! This update features many improvements, but most notably, it makes it easier to connect our newly released codecs (ACCESS MultiRack and ACCESS NX Rack) with legacy codecs. It also makes our HTML5 web GUI the default user interface. ACCESS firmware v4.5p2 is available […]

Continue Reading In the News