Austin, Texas,-based KVUE has ordered a Euphonix (Palo Alto, Calif.)Max Air digital broadcast console, which will be used for the station’slive news broadcasts.
“KVUE auditioned a lot of consoles before choosing Max Air,” statedMike Franklin, Euphonix director of sales for Southeastern and CentralU.S. “Max Air has a depth of operational features that the competitionjust doesn’t offer. System modularity and remote microphone preampsalso contributed to the switch to Euphonix. I feel that people are moreeducated about digital consoles today and very confident in our priceperformance offering with Max Air. That’s why Max Air is taking offreally fast.”
KVUE is owned by Belo, one of the nation’s largest media companieswith a group of market-leading television, newspaper, cable andinteractive-media assets. Belo’s Broadcast division comprises one ofthe country’s largest and most successful television station groupswith 16 network-affiliated television stations, including six CBSaffiliates, four NBC affiliates, four ABC affiliates, one independentstation and one FOX affiliate.
View the Max Air at www.euphonix.com.