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Radioworld.com: RTBF Inaugurates New Studios in Mons

2020-06-08T10:50:35+02:00May 19th, 2020|

The French language public broadcaster added four new radio studios to its regional center MONS, Belgium — RTBF officially opened new studios on Jan. 21 at its regional center in Mons. With the existing radio studio infrastructure dating back from 2006, the broadcaster decided to construct and modernize its new broadcast studios with a view toward future visual radio operation. READ MORE

Radioworld.com: Radio 2 Antwerpen Inaugurates New Pop-up Studios

2020-03-24T17:14:23+01:00March 3rd, 2020|

Els Broekmans is a VRT Radio 2 Antwerpen presenter. Credit: mmpress VRT’s regional channel makes use of Flexbox studios for flexibility, modular operation ANTWERP, Belgium — Radio 2 Antwerpen recently inaugurated new “pop-up” studios. The basic idea was to bring our regional studios to where people live and work, increasing the station’s visibility,” said Dirk Somers, head of Radio 2’s partners and infrastructure department. READ MORE

Radioworld.com: Running a Radio Station Inside a Tesla 3

2020-03-24T17:16:32+01:00December 12th, 2019|

The Tesla 3’s in-car monitor, showing the web page that controls program rundown, playout and the audio mixer. All photos: Soundware Norway Soundware Norway’s “broadCARst” shows that physical radio stations are no longer necessary OSLO, Norway — On Sept. 11, Soundware Norway proved that it was possible to run a live radio broadcast using the touchscreen monitor inside a Tesla 3 electric car. READ MORE

Radioworld.com: Qmusic and Joe Inaugurate New Studios

2020-03-24T17:12:33+01:00December 11th, 2019|

Joe Presenter Alexandra Potvin broadcasts from the new “green” Joe studio, which boasts lots of daylight and state-of the art equipment. Picture: ©mmpress Upgraded facilities represent an investment of €3 million VILVOORDE, Belgium — In May, commercial radio stations Qmusic and Joe started broadcasting from their new studios, on the ground floor of the DPG Media (former Medialaan) building. READ MORE

Radioworld.com: VRT Rolls Out Light Remote Radio Studio

2020-03-25T08:24:17+01:00October 3rd, 2019|

Studio Brussel presenter Stijn Vlaeminck (center) controls the VRT main studio from his living room, together with Studio Brussel engineer Wim Reyniers (L) and Labo Radio engineer Geert Cantens (R). The compact solution for outside broadcasts makes its way into Studio Brussel and Radio 2 broadcasts BRUSSELS — Public broadcaster VRT’s Labo Radio is now using its first “Light Remote Radio Studio” for Studio Brussel and Radio 2 [...]