Studer reaches new latitudes
February 12, 2006
Three of Studer’s OnAir 3000 digital mixing consoles have been installed by Kalaallit Nunaata Radioa, aka “Radio Greenland,” in the city of Nuuk just south of the Arctic Circle.
Three of Studer’s OnAir 3000 digital mixing consoles have been installed by Kalaallit Nunaata Radioa.
KNR is one of Greenland’s major media networks, and has been investing heavily in updating its technologies and infrastructure over the past few years. A new TV building was recently purchased, and its radio broadcast facilities have begun to invest in digital technologies. Copenhagen-based Kinovox A/S has recently delivered the OnAir 3000 consoles as part of three digital radio studios. The studios were assembled in Denmark and delivered as full pre-wired, turnkey systems.
KNR’s music and news broadcasts cover Greenland in both Greenlandic and Danish languages.
Kinovox A/S reports they have also delivered another OnAir 3000 desk to Kringvarp, the national TV and radio broadcaster of the Faeroe Islands, located midway between Iceland and Scotland.
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