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Sep 02

The Next Best Thing 2020 Media Tour: What Broadcasters Are Saying

For all of us, COVID-19 has had an enormous impact – from Zoom, to social distancing, it’s changed the way we all live and do business. In March, many broadcasters had to adapt within a matter of weeks to keep their shows on the air, and engineers were sent scrambling for solutions. To top it […]

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Aug 26

User Report: Oregon Public Radio Broadcasts Through Chaos

Comrex helps OPR navigate new remote broadcast workflows By Steven Kray Sound supervisor, Oregon Public Radio This piece was originally published in Radio World. Click here to view it on their website. I began working at Oregon Public Radio 15 years ago and am now the sound supervisor. In essence, I work for the news […]

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Aug 12

EBook: Trends in Codecs and STLs for 2020

Codecs — and the remote, distribution and STL applications they serve — have seen a great deal of change in the last decade. Radio World’s new ebook explores this topic. Tom Hartnett, Comrex technical director, contributing a piece discussing recent trends in codec technology, and how they will change going forward. How are today’s technologies […]

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Aug 11

User Report: FieldTap Keeps Hubbard Radio St. Louis on Air

Free app keeps remote hosts and producers connected By Marshall Rice Engineering Director Hubbard Radio St. Louis This piece was originally published in Radio World. To read it on their website, click here. As the engineering director for Hubbard Radio St. Louis, I handle demands for five different stations. When COVID-19 hit in March, we […]

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The Next Best Thing 2020 Media Tour

With so many shows cancelled this year, we haven’t been able to get out there and meet new people. And we miss being on the road! So we’re taking part in the Next Best Thing – a nationwide tour, with events that are as safe as possible.  Broadcasters General Store and Second Opinion Communications, Inc. […]

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Jul 30

An Interview with Tom Barclay: Keeping Georgia Public Broadcasting On The Air

Since March, broadcasters have had to adjust to the challenge of working from home. But despite difficulties, engineers have been shining with ingenious solutions to keep everybody on the air.  We sat down with Tom Barclay, Radio Operations Manager for Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB), to discuss how he’s been using Comrex to tackle the obstacles […]

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Jul 09

Meet the Makers: A New Radio World eBook

Many Radio World eBooks explore products and tech trends. This one is different. What is a manufacturer’s business philosophy? Who are its key decision makers? How did the company begin, what were its landmark introductions and how is its history reflected in its products today? We sat down with Radio World to talk about our […]

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Jul 09

User Report: Pags Uses Comrex LiveShot to Break Barriers

Providing additional content takes advantage of changing media habits By Joe Pags Host of The Joe Pags Show This piece was originally published in Radio World. I began my broadcasting career 31 years ago, working in local radio. My career took a detour into television when I became the main news anchor at the local NBC […]

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Jun 17

Application Focus: Faith & Worship

Since the COVID-19 outbreak began, churches have been unable to congregate in person to worship. It’s fallen to broadcasters to keep their audiences connected to their religious communities, and deliver coverage to provide comfort and opportunities to worship during a difficult time.  Some broadcasters have been using our equipment for this purpose, both during the […]

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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 […]

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