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Applied Electronics Delivers Radio on Wheels Solution to Bell Media's Énergie Radio in Québec
Broadcasting under the name of Énergie Rouyn-Noranda 99.1, CJMM-FM is an iHeartRadio station, a division of Bell Media - Canada's largest radio broadcaster.
Part of the ÉNERGIE network of ten stations across Québec, the Énergie Rouyn-Noranda 99.1's team of high-calibre hosts deliver top 40 hits, humor and the latest news. It provides its listeners - audiences primarily aged 25 to 44 - with intelligent, high energy entertainment throughout the day. Its diverse and energetic musical programming features the latest and best pop-rock hits, while also shining a light on rising stars.
In early 2016, Énergie approached Applied Electronics for assistance with designing a mobile radio studio to enable remote broadcasts at various events in communities throughout the Northern Québec region. They wanted a self-contained mobile radio studio loaded with the latest in audio production technology, which could be easily transported to various destinations and set up in minutes. The live, remote radio broadcasts would also be streamed, allowing audiences to listen to its real-time broadcasts online.
Applied Electronics's technical team in Montréal provided consultation and assistance with product evaluations and equipment specifications, and they worked closely with CJMM to design and supply the mobile audio system - all within a one-month time frame.
"The team at Applied Electronics came to the table with turnkey solutions," said Mathieu Barrette, Technical Director at CJMM Énergie Rouyn-Noranda 99.1. "They were surprisingly fast, as they have accesses to virtually all the products available in the industry. We are pleased with the completed product and very satisfied with our partnership with Applied Electronics."
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