Telos Systems revolutionized the way broadcasters connect with listeners — first with the digital phone hybrid, and again with remote broadcast codecs for IP and ISDN. Today, thousands of radio and TV broadcasters know that Telos is indisputably "The Best Way to Hear From There."

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Omnia products represent the state-of-the-art in audio processing. The recipient of over twenty major industry awards for innovation and design, Omnia processing solutions are recognized worldwide as the technological leader in the development and refinement of the art and science of audio processing.

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25-Seven Systems specializes in audio technologies and products that address unique problems facing radio broadcasters, networks and content providers. Our advanced profanity delay and audio time management products result in more efficient and profitable radio operations.

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In 2004, Axia Audio invented Audio-over-IP for broadcasting — professional radio gear that networks using standard Ethernet. Today, Axia mixing consoles, digital audio routers, broadcast intercom systems and routing control software are the world’s standard in networked broadcast studio technology.

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Linear Acoustic continues to lead the industry towards high-quality DTV audio that’s naturally compliant. Content creators, networks, and broadcasters worldwide trust our patented and proven products. We design and manufacture loudness managers, upmixing /downmixing solutions and loudness metering products.

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Sharing the Success

Sharing the Success

Learn how others meet the challenges of their jobs to help you be more successful at yours. We get behind the scenes to share both the know-how and passion of broadcast audio professionals.

Tech Talk

Tech Talk

From emerging standards to clever hacks, here is where you'll find the broadcast audio technology news you need to know.

Discrepancy Sheet

Discrepancy Sheet

Here we present the lighter side of our industry, including historical tidbits, profiles of broadcast audio pros and stories of old gear that may be gathering dust in your attic.