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“Transmission Talk Tuesday” Sessions begin June 2

Round table series to be hosted by Jeff Welton will cover multiple aspects of transmitter site maintenance, storm preparedness, maximizing HD Radio streams and more.

Hackett’s Cove, Nova Scotia – Nautel has announced a series of round table discussions titled “Transmission Talk Tuesday” which will run weekly throughout the month of June. Hosted by Nautel’s award-winning Jeff Welton, the weekly events will bring in featured guests to discuss a range of topics related to Radio transmission; the format will be more informal than standard Webinars and attendees are encouraged to actively participate with questions and comments.

Topics to be covered include storm preparedness; accessing difficult-to-reach transmitter sites; using HD Radio as a revenue stream for the station; remote site monitoring; and customer service questions.

“With the realities of life today, it will probably be a while before Radio engineers and other personnel can gather at trade shows and industry events to network and share ideas,” said Welton. “These Tuesday sessions are designed to provide a casual yet informative idea exchange that could be beneficial for our industry associates and friends. We invite any interested person to sign up for these round table discussions.”

As with Nautel webinars, the Transmission Talk Tuesday sessions qualify for ½ SBE re-certification credit. To register, visit nautel.com/webinars.

About Nautel
Nautel is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of AM and FM radio broadcast transmitters. Focused on making transmission worry-free for users worldwide, Nautel provides valuable new solutions for digital radio broadcasting at stations of all sizes. All Nautel transmitters employ advanced control, monitoring and instrumentation tools which simplify management of transmitter sites, both locally and remotely via Web access. More than 16,000 Nautel transmitters have been deployed in over 177 countries since 1970.

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John Whyte
Head of Marketing
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