Radio Rises from the Rubble, All About Omnia.11 with G-Force with Cornelius Gould, Streaming U, & 1940 RNC
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Radio Rises from the Rubble

Telos helps Oklahoma station following Tornado.
Tornado Damage at KHKCWhen a tornado ripped through south central Oklahoma in May, Keystone Broadcasting's KHKC in Atoka sustained significant damage and was knocked off the air. Fortunately, no one was hurt.
Though they were back on the air in a few days, the station was in need of new equipment to replace that which had been destroyed. When Keystone President Bob Sullins reached out to the Telos Alliance for quotes on new gear, he got a pleasant surprise.
Learn how the Telos Alliance pitched in to help KHKC...
Weather the Storm
Video: Cornelius Gould Explains G-Force and Perfect Declipper
Video: Getting Started with Omnia.11 G-Force

Senior Algorithm Engineer Cornelius Gould explains Omnia.11 with the G-Force Engine! What's the difference from a standard Omnia.11? Corny tells us how G-Force turns your 11 into a whole new FM/HD audio processor and examines Perfect Declipper.


Still want to know more about Omnia.11 with G-Force? Cornelius Gould gives us a walk-through in this informative video. Find out the best way to get started, and how to easily adjust G-Force to get the sound that's just right for your station.

Streaming U: AAC Stream Configuration
1940 RNC Telecast Anything but Conventional

We move to Chapter 8 of Streaming University this week: AAC Stream Configuration. In this video, Professor Harnack is at the ready, here to teach you how to configure an audio stream using the AAC family of codecs available in Z/IPStream processors.


Following the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last week, the scene has shifted to Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention. Get some historical perspective on the first televised political convention from Philly's Broadcast Pioneers.


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