Orban Hosts Texas and New Mexico SBE Holiday Tour
Tempe, Arizona, December 18th, 2007 — Orban, a worldwide leader in audio processing for AM, FM, TV, and Internet broadcasting announces that they are co-hosting a series of SBE holiday get-togethers in Texas and New Mexico December 6th-December 14th, 2008. These gatherings included holiday dinners and demonstrations of Orban PC Products. Other co-sponsors include Texas-based Orban Authorized Dealer Giesler Broadcasting Supply, and Commercial Video.
SBE Chapters visited included Dallas, Corpus Christi, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, El Paso, and Albuquerque. Orban PC Product Manager John Schaab, and Orban North American Sales Manager Kevin Clayborn, conducted the demonstrations of Orban products, including The Optimod PC 1100, a PCI sound card with on-board digital signal processing that is suitable for both live streaming and on-demand programming. The DSP provides a loud, consistent sound to the consumer by performing stereo enhancement, automatic gain control, equalization, multiband gain control, and peak-level control.
"We were excited about co-hosting these holiday events with one of our fine dealers, Giesler Broadcasting Supply," Schaab stated. "Orban has worked closely with SBE chapters nationwide over the last several years, educating members in the advances in audio processing technology for radio, TV, and streaming. We appreciated being part of these festive occasions for our fine fellow broadcasters."
The following SBE Chapters were visited:
- Thursday Dec 6th - The Dallas Chapter dinner at Olive Garden
- Friday Dec 7th - Corpus Christi Chapter lunch at Johnny Carinos
- Monday Dec 10th - Houston Chapter dinner at Don Carlos Cantina
- Tuesday Dec 11th - Austin Chapter dinner at Hills Cafe
- Wednesday Dec 12th - San Antonio Chapter dinner at Tom's Ribs
- Thursday Dec 13th - El Paso Chapter dinner at Fuddruckers
- Friday Dec 14th - Albuquerque Chapter at Mr. Powdrell's BBQ
Orban Forward-Looking Statement
This news release may contain "forward-looking" statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Management's anticipation of future events is based upon assumptions regarding levels of competition, research and development results, raw material markets, the markets in which the company operates, and stability of the regulatory environment. Any of these assumptions could prove inaccurate; and therefore, there can be no assurance that the forward-looking information will prove to be accurate.
Orban is a manufacturer of high-quality digital and analog audio processing, transmission encoding, and noise reduction equipment. Orban is in the market for radio, TV and Internet audio processing. As technology evolves, Orban continues to innovate with state-of-the-art audio processing products for DAB, DTV and streaming media. The Company purchased Orban® in May of 2000. Orban was founded in 1970 by Bob Orban, who is the world's foremost expert in transmission audio processing for broadcast. Orban leads the industry in the design and manufacture of audio processors for radio, television and Internet broadcasting. Recognized for its standard-setting Optimod® digital audio processors and the Opticodec® codecs, the Orban name has become synonymous with reliable, high performance products. Today, its versatile audio processing equipment and codecs are the products of choice in fast-paced production environments worldwide.