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Orban/CRL Offers Assistance to Stations Affected by Hurricane Katrina

Tempe, AZ (August 31, 2005)--Circuit Research Labs, Inc. has announced that the company will offer emergency assistance to broadcast stations affected by Hurricane Katrina. The company is standing by with emergency service, parts, loaner equipment, and technical assistance, some at no charge to the stations in greatest need.
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Tempe, AZ (August 31, 2005)--Circuit Research Labs, Inc. has announced that the company will offer emergency assistance to broadcast stations affected by Hurricane Katrina. The company is standing by with emergency service, parts, loaner equipment, and technical assistance, some at no charge to the stations in greatest need.

"Orban/CRL has assembled its technical team. Our fleet of mobile broadcast vehicles will travel to broadcast stations in affected areas, offering our technical assistance at no charge to help return the damaged Radio and Television stations to the air," said Orban/CRL president, chairman, and CEO Jay Brentlinger. "These are our fellow broadcasters. Many radio and television stations in the Gulf and central United States have been Orban/CRL customers for many years and we want to show our support for these broadcasters in their time of need."

Broadcasters whose stations have experienced damage because of Hurricane Katrina and who would like information on how Orban/CRL can be of assistance are asked to call the 24/7 emergency hotline at 480-403-8391.

Circuit Research Labs, Inc./Orban
www.orban.com