NRJ, one of Europe's most popular music broadcasters, has expanded its NTP 612 routing system with three additional subframes. Newly installed at the channel's Paris headquarters, these are equipped with three 625-800 subframes allowing direct input of AES/EBU digital audio. This latest expansion is additional to three 625-800 subframes installed at NRJ in 2009. The sale was won by NTP's Paris-based reseller Areitec.
"Radio NRJ installed its first NTP 612 router 15 years ago and it is still working efficiently on a 24-hour basis" comments NTP Sales Director Mikael Vest. "That says a lot both for the reliability and expandability of the 612. The new installation is a natural progression of Radio NRJ's existing NTP infrastructure and handleS analog as well as digital sources via new subnodes. The expanded NTP installation is being used in conjunction with Axia IP-based audio mixing consoles."
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| || || Image (left) shows Marc Begat, Radio NRJ's Digital Audio Development Manager, with part of the newly-expanded NTP audio routing system. || || |
|NRJ (pronounced 'energy') is the most popular music radio station in France and the second most popular overall in terms of audience numbers and market share. NRJ plays music via channels Chérie FM, Nostalgie and Rire et Chanson. NRJ also operates the NRJ 12, NRJ Paris, NRJ Hits music television station. The NRJ Group has transformed itself from a single radio station to a brand of commercial channels in Europe. It currently has stations in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Lebanon, New Caledonia, Norway, Reunion, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and Ukraine. Since the mid 1990s, NRJ has licensed its 24/7 programming stream out of Paris to Usen Corporation, Japan's largest cable system. || || |
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