Quincy, IL (March 30, 2009)--Broadcast Electronics (BE) is noting its 50-year anniversary by giving away a free transmitter or studio automation software.
Broadcasters are invited to enter BE's Oldest Operating BE Transmitter contest to qualify for a free STX LP transmitter. The oldest operating BE transmitter will qualify broadcasters for a chance to win BE's newest FM solid-state transmitter, the STX LP 1kW. BE is looking for the oldest surviving BE transmitter currently in operation, either operating in standby or as the main transmitter. Qualified candidates can review contest details and submit their applications online through June 1. On June 18, a panel of BE judges will mark BE's official anniversary date by selecting a winner based on transmitter age, site conditions, and application, among other qualifications.
The STX LP is BE's newest line of FM solid-state transmitters scalable up to 5kW and including FM exciter, emergency backup controller and IP connectivity.
Free BE AudioVAULT FleX automation software is the prize for radio stations entering BE's FleXtreme Makeover: Studio Edition contest. Stations qualify for a chance to win BE's new AudioVAULT FleX studio automation software, including new capabilities such as remote voicetracking, interactive talent collaboration, work environment customization and advanced segue editor. Qualified candidates can submit their application along with compelling reasons why their station deserves a FleXtreme Makeover, via the BE web site, through June 1. On June 18, a panel of BE judges will mark BE's official anniversary date by selecting a winner based on a number of qualifications, including the most challenging operating environment and current studio conditions.