BroadcastDoc wrote:Wow! There's one I've never heard of before.
W9PXZ wrote:Chris is correct. Aurora went first in Nov. 04 and Joliet followed in Jan. 05. Since then, most every Next Media site has made the transition to NexGen. The north Chicago locations finished their switch last year and most of the Carolina stations have flipped as well. The oddball is going to be Saginaw, MI. They are getting a new Google system.
CE, Next Media Chicago South
PaulBWalkerJr wrote:The Phantom from Radio Data Systems.
ChuckG wrote:PaulBWalkerJr wrote:The Phantom from Radio Data Systems.
A-Ha! Its closest competitor was Rodman Brown's "Desk Jockey". You don't need another headache...you need a desk jockey. That is until you attempted to load a log while the system was doing an on air transition and blew the OS out. At that point you were getting the headache anyway.
Old automation is fun, the new stuff just doesnt' match up in terms of adventure. What could compare with an ATC 55 with a broken lower limit switch, an instacart firing 12 trays at once during morning drive or doing the "carousel dance" with your fingers stuck between the tray and the center plate?
Radiolane wrote:Now an SMC DP-1, 4 Carousels, 4 Scully's, and a time annoucer...well thats an automation....err nightmare.
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