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Cardinal O’Hara, a Catholic High School in Springfield, Pennsylvania, has replaced its old paging horn system with an audio set-up featuring Community R-Series speakers.
Wireless solutions specialist Revolabs has hired technology industry veteran Jim Fairweather as EVP of global sales.
American retail giant Guitar Center has opened a 28,000-square-foot flagship store in Times Square, New York City, according to Pro Sound News.
Peavey has announced its plans to undergo a major international restructure, including the closure of its UK distribution facility in Corby, Northamptonshire.
Inaugural event will take place at the Hilton London Wembley on October 23rd 2014.
The 2014 Farnborough International Airshow saw the installation of a QSC Q-Sys system to control the PA/VA systems at the aerospace exhibition in Hampshire, UK.
Leeds-based The Mic Store recently supplied the home of Matlock Town Council in Derbyshire, UK with an Audio-Technica ATCS-60 infra-red conference system.
A studio in Nashville owned and operated by Eric Masse, The Casino, has taken delivery of API's new The BOX project console.
Prism Sound will be introducing a range of new audio products aimed at post production and broadcast audio engineers at IBC 2014.
A comedy club in Fort Myers, Florida, owned by actor and musician Jim Belushi has been equipped with PreSonus StudioLive equipment.
Sound designers at games developer Codemasters chose a variety of DPA Microphones to record the car sounds for its new racing game Grid: Autosport.
The Notting Hill Carnival could take place without the world famous Channel One Sound System for the first time in over three decades this year.
A Symetrix Jupiter 8 DSP, with control provided by ARC-WEB technology, has been put in place at Manhattan's Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
The 2014 MPG Prize has gone to James Mellor – chosen by his tutors as the most promising student to graduate from LIPA's Sound Technology degree programme this year.