New York (November 13, 2008)–Euphonix reports it has found continued strong demand for its digital audio broadcast mixing systems both domestically and around the world.
“2008 has been and continues to be a banner year for us in Broadcast sales both in the US and abroad, confirming our long-term commitment to supplying digital audio mixing systems for on-air, production and OB applications,” said Martin Kloiber, CEO. “Over the last few years, we have heavily invested in new technology, taking an evolutionary approach to upgrading our broadcast products, which helps our clients to protect their investments and build upon operational and technical expertise with Euphonix products at each facility.”
In the United States, CNN Los Angeles became the fourth CNN facility to install multiple Euphonix broadcast systems, making a total of 14 consoles throughout the cable news giant’s Atlanta Headquarters, Washington DC, New York and Los Angeles bureaus. Other installations include Colorado Studios Mobile TV Group, WFAA, and KTVT in Dallas/Forth Worth. Moreover, this month Los Angeles’ Fox 11 and UPN 13 (KTTV) went live with their new HD studios featuring two Euphonix System 5-B’s.
Worldwide Euphonix sales continue to grow. International Broadcast Consultants (IBC) selected Max Air consoles for each of its two new OB trucks in Nigeria. CBC Vancouver purchased a System 5-B, bringing the total of Euphonix CBC installs to seven. Tinopolis, one of the United Kingdom’s leading independent media companies, installed a 32-fader Max Air, marking the UK’s first Euphonix broadcast installation. Eurosport’s facility in Paris installed a second Euphonix System 5-B for multi-language HD transmissions. Sales in Russia include twin System 5s to Channel 1 Moscow and the recent installation of a System 5-B to NTV.
Throughout the Pac Rim, Euphonix broadcast sales also continue. Korean cable channel Money Talk installed one Max Air and The National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts in Busan installed two. CCTV added a second System 5-B at its broadcast facility while China’s Liaoning TV installed a new Max Air.