Omnia Audio, a broadcast technology company under The Telos Alliance umbrella, has set a former radio program director, on-air host and technical expert as its U.S. Sales Manager.
Dave Collins takes the position after most recently providing the ski and snowboard reports for a group of stations in Lebanon, N.H.
Collins was also the voice of the Dartmouth Sports Network, and assisted in the launch of Class A Adult Alternative WAZK-FM in Nantucket, Mass.
“Along with the great products and service it provides, the Telos Alliance’s communication is key, which is something you don’t often experience, even in the communications business,” says Collins. “My philosophy is to offer the cleanest, fullest sound to the listener. Whether it’s AM, FM, or an internet stream, I would like the listener to know what and to whom they’re listening based on what Omnia can deliver to their ears. I’m looking forward to taking part in new adventures, and sharing new ideas with the entire staff and clients of Telos Alliance.”
Omnia Audio was founded by Telos Alliance CEO Frank Foti, who used audio engineering/processing to enable stations to craft a unique “signature sound.”
Omnia designed the first all-digital FM audio processor and the first DSP-based broadcast audio processor; introduced the first broadcast processor with 48KHz audio sampling rate; is the innovator of new tech and features in broadcast processing, including the first broadcast processors to have AES composite output, Single Side Band (SSB) for FM Stereo, and Audio over IP; and is the developer of µMPX™ audio codec, which transports high-quality Multiplexed FM signals over a small 320kbps data pipe.