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Aug 03

Comrex Keeps on Working for VPR

BRIC-Links keep all 14 of Vermont Public Radio’s transmitters on 24/7 By Frank Alwine COLCHESTER, VT. — Vermont Public Radio is Vermont’s NPR station. We supply local programming and news across the state of Vermont. I’ve been a broadcast engineer at VPR for two years now, focused on the studio engineering side of things. I’m responsible […]

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Jul 18

Studio Away From Studio

“In Australia, Trevor Long is a radio presenter, doing a regular radio show across Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. However, he almost never goes into the station’s studios, instead broadcasting live from his home and from locations around the world.” The main tool Long uses to make these broadcasts possible is Comrex ACCESS, plugged into a dedicated […]

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Jul 12

Codec Answer Guy: Opal FAQs

Wondering how Opal will sound? Got questions about how installation will work? Codec Answer Guy is here to answer some frequently asked questions about Opal, installation, and setup requirements. Q: I hear the new Comrex Opal generating a lot of buzz. What is it? A: We call Opal a “Web Audio Gateway”. It allows you to […]

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Jun 23

Case Study: CTN Coon Rapids Delivers Live Programming With LiveShot (Video)

  CTN Coon Rapids is a PEG station in Coon Rapids, MN. In addition to producing government programming, CTN is dedicated to creating community television – they cover sports games, local events, anything that appeals to public interest. When they expanded their live television equipment with a second truck, they turned to LiveShot, and haven’t […]

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Jun 21

PrizeFighter and VH2 Make A Great Team

Good news for stations who want to manage their prize distribution: PrizeFighter now works with VH2! PrizeFighter is a tool that lets users in radio or television broadcasting keep an eye on repeat contest winners, and nip scams in the bud. For stations who want to ensure their prizes are distributed equally, PrizeFighter records caller information and […]

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Jun 21

SVG Sit-Down: Chris Crump Sees A Place For LiveShot At Regional Sports Networks

This interview originally appeared on SVG. To read the original, click here. Comrex hit the NAB 2017 exhibit floor ready to tap into one of the hottest technology trends: IP. But making use of IP technology is nothing new for the company, whose Access line of IP audio codecs was introduced in 2005. Senior Director, […]

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May 15

ISDN Replacement Without The Sacrifice

As ISDN circuits have become less available and prohibitively expensive, post production houses and voiceover artists have been looking to replace their antiquated gear, without sacrificing the reliability and quality they have become accustomed to. Many of them have found their solution with Comrex.  Comrex Corporation has been a leading innovator and manufacturer of high […]

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May 02

The Codec Compatibility Primer Is Here!

Connecting IP codecs across brands seems like it should be as easy as clicking a button. But there are a surprising number of roadblocks! Luckily, it’s still possible to make it happen. We wrote this primer to show you how. In this instructional primer, we explain existing interconnect standards, why so few codecs can connect […]

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Apr 13

Comrex Core Values

Comrex is a value-based company – everything we do is in support of our mission to build reliable, user-friendly tools that users can trust to work, even during complicated broadcasts. So what are our values, exactly? Technical Innovation Broadcasters prioritize reliability over everything – it’s important to be 100% certain that your broadcast will happen […]

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Apr 10

Keeping It Simple

Why are telephone calls the preferred method for handling remote guests on radio shows? It almost feels like a silly question, right? The answer is obvious. Pretty much everyone can get access to a phone, no matter where they are. Quick, look around you – could you call somebody right now, if you needed to? […]

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