The Oracle Newsletter – April 2015

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Countdown to NAB

Welcome to the latest edition of the Oracle and the countdown is on for this year’s NAB Show. We hope to see a strong Aussie contingent in Vegas this year and look forward to kicking the week off with the traditional Aussie/Kiwi night on Saturday evening.

For our Nautel clients we encourage you to attend the annual Nautel Users Group(NUG) being held on Sunday 12th April from 9:00am -1:00pm. This is a great information session and opportunity to speak directly to the Nautel engineering experts. If you haven’t already registered and would like to do so, please see the link further on in this newsletter.

NAB 2015 promises to be another great show with new product launches by many of our leading international suppliers. Make sure you stop by the Orban booth to see their latest FM processor and for a chance to win a new Optimod for your station!

To everyone heading over next week, safe travels and enjoy the show!

Karen Olliver
General Manager


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Have you registered to attend this year’s Nautel User Group (NUG)?

Sunday, 12th April 2015, 9:00am – 1:00pm. (Registration opens at 8:00 AM) Riviera Hotel, Grande Ballroom A
The session included a complimentary lunch followed by an optional AUI (Advanced User Interface) session from 1:15 PM – 2:15PM.

NUG is your opportunity to interact directly with the Nautel design team and to learn how to take full advantage of your Nautel transmitter.


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Orban announce the 2nd Annual $30,000.00 “Station Rejuvenation” Promotion for NAB 2015.
Over $30,000 in new Orban Optimod audio processors for radio, TV and streaming will once again be given away.

To be eligible to win make sure you visit the Orban booth N5007 in North Hall and enter your details. The draw will take place on Tuesday 14th April at 3.30pm and you MUST be present to win.

Innes Corporation is proud to be the EXCLUSIVE Orban dealer for radio in Australia so please call (02) 99870499 oremail sales@innescorp.com.au if you’d like to learn more about the Orban range of products.


Flashlog 8 Update

The new Flashlog 8.02 release adds the ability to create permanent archives of selected channels on a domain-based network storage server. Each archive event has a start time, end time, selected days of the week and storage destination, and records in real time in the native format to avoid any decoding and re-encoding. Up to 256 events can be associated with each channel or DAB audio service. For more information, refer to the latest Flashlog manual available on our website.

Enhancements have also been made to internet stream logging, including support for m3u and m3u8 playlists and some bug fixes relating to low bit rate MP3 streams. A bug preventing the renaming of mono line channels has been fixed and a workaround added to prevent stalled Wheatnet streams from terminating the recorder service.

Note that there is no update to Flashback associated with this release. Flashback 8.01.3 remains the current release.

To update an existing Flashlog 8, download the update package from http://www.innescorp.com.au/system/product_file/name/0000/0361/Flashlog802.zip and follow the instructions in the readme.pdf file.
Flashlog 8 Update Screen


Broadcast Australia choose Nautel

We are very excited to announce the first deployment of high powered FM transmitters to Broadcast Australia under a new five year supply agreement.
Broadcast Australia has chosen the award winning NVLT series following a successful bid by Innes Corp and Nautel to supply high powered FM transmitters and the initial order will see the first 20kW versions shipped to Australia.

Broadcast Australia’s General Manager of Engineering, Stephen Farrugia commented “We are pleased to formalise our continuing engagement with Nautel and Innes Corporation. Broadcast Australia has been using
Nautel solid state transmitters for over 25 years and look forward to excellent performance from these air cooled FM transmitters.”

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Nautel’s CEO Kevin Rodgers with Broadcast Australia’s General Manager of Engineering, Stephen Farrugia.


Staff Snippets

Congratulations to our Product Sales and Support Manager, Kylie Shears who recently celebrated 7 years at Innes Corp. What would we do without her!
Kylie


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