Palo Alto, CA (February 13, 2004)–KUTV2, the station Utah Broadcasters Association named the best newscast in the market, has recently installed a Euphonix Max Air all-digital audio console. The CBS Television Network, owned and operated by CBS Corporation, decided to purchase the console after an onsite station visit by the Euphonix Max Air Broadcast Tour.
The 32-fader Max Air console, with 96 channels of processing, is now installed in KUTV’s main studio and is being used for broadcasting all news programming. KUTV’s chief engineer, Kipp Greene, commented, “We were looking for a full-featured digital console that was reliable yet affordable. It was great to have the Max Air Broadcast Tour come to our station. The Tour made it very easy for us to demo Max Air and conclude that the console met our needs in both operational efficiency and cost-effectiveness. We are very pleased with the performance and the excellent support we get from Euphonix.”
Executive vice president of sales for the Americas, Rich Nevens added, “We have found tremendous success in the Euphonix Max Air Tour. Stations across the nation are asking to see Max Air and many such as CNN in Atlanta and NYC, WEDU Channel 3 PBS in Tampa, KVUE in Austin, and KRON in San Francisco have made the decision to purchase from our tour.” He continued, “We are delighted to have KUTV as a client and have no doubt that they will continue to be pleased with Max.”