November 2005
Mix;Nov2005, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p17
Reports on the improvement of the broadcast media equipment and WERS-FM facility, including the post-production room and the studio of Emerson College's School of the Arts and Communication in Boston, Massachusetts. Provision of furniture for the studio by Sound Construction and Supply; Goal of the school to expose students to products at are used in real working world; Role of Parsons Audio as the audio vendor.


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