What the hell is wrong with #15?
NYC's Top 14 FM stations now powered by Omnia processing
2004, Cleveland, USA
market after market, top-rated and top-billing radio stations have chosen
Omnia audio processing to hook their listeners with big, bold, exciting
audio. And in New York City, the nation’s Number One radio market,
broadcasters have made Omnia the de facto standard, with the top 14 FM
stations in the Big Apple all switching to Omnia audio processing.
latest station to upgrade to Omnia is Infinity powerhouse WCBS-FM, New
York’s top-rated Oldies outlet, overseen by respected programmer Dave Logan.
how he likes his new Omnia-6EX, Logan responds enthusiastically. “We
absolutely love the massive sound we get with the new Omnia-6 digital unit,”
he says, referring to the loud, clean output that’s become known in the
industry as the Omnia Sound. “It's aggressive but forgiving, with plenty of
spectrum and punch,” continues Logan. “‘The Greatest Hits of All Time’ have
never sounded better on CBS-FM.”
overwhelmed by the positive consensus the industry has given to Omnia,” says
Omnia Audio president Frank Foti. “In terms of ratings, Omnia processing is
heard on more of the US’ Top 100 FM stations than all other brands combined.
I’ll tell you, that kind of response makes a guy feel pretty humble.”
surveys find Omnia in use on more than half of the 100 highest-rated FM
stations in the US – more than all other brands combined. Internationally,
Omnia processors are relied upon by Virgin Radio, NRJ, The BBC, Sony,
Deutsche Telekom, Bayerischer Rundfunk, WDR, RTL, Skyrock, NRK, YLE and many
other leading broadcasters.
like that in use at WCBS, is a dual-output, combination HD Radio™/IBOC +
conventional FM audio processor that simultaneously processes audio for
digital and analog transmission. A split processing structure routes audio
from the mixer section to separate, concurrent output stages for
conventional FM and DAB. The IBOC section features user-selectable frequency
response, up to 20 kHz, and a specially designed look-ahead final limiter
conditions audio for the bit-reduced encoders employed in IBOC systems. The
Conventional FM signal receives distortion-controlled final limiting with
pre-emphasis and 15 kHz filtering.
more information, visit
www.OmniaAudio.com, or contact Caroline Dorsey at +1-216-241-7225, or by
Omnia, a Telos company, is world-renowned for its digital
audio signal processing expertise. Omnia audio processors for FM, AM, TV, HD
Radio & DAB, Internet, and audio production are setting new standards for
professional audio quality.
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in Europe and Canada, is a leading manufacturer of ISDN, coded audio and
telephone interface products for talk-shows, teleconferencing, audio
production, remote broadcasts, and intercom applications.