Broadcast Electronics

Broadcast Electronics

Broadcast Electronics (BE) is a manufacturer of electronic equipment for the broadcast industry. Founded in 1959 in Silver Spring, Maryland, BE initially manufactured only endless loop cartridge "cart" machines for audio. The company now manufactures broadcast transmitters, digital audio storage and playout systems, audio consoles, automation systems, and program chain equipment for HD Radio.

In 1977, the company relocated to its present facility in Quincy, Illinois. In 1994, BE also acquired RPU equipment manufacturer Marti, and relocated that business from Cleburne, Texas to Quincy as well. [cite web | url = |title =About BE |accessdate = 2007-09-13 |author = Broadcast Electronics]


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