Telos Alliance reduces prices on remote products to help broadcasters stay on air
The Telos Alliance, a provider of broadcast audio for more than three decades, has announced it is dropping prices of a range of products designed for remote working, to help broadcasters through the Coronavirus pandemic. Its CEO, Tom Swidarski, has also made a statement on how Telos Alliance is supporting its network throughout the COVID-19 crisis.
It said it understands the challenges of staying on air during coronavirus in the face of quarantines, shelter-in-place, and self-isolation.
To help its customers broadcast from anywhere, Telos Alliance is offering 10% off products that enable remote broadcasts from 19 March to 15 April 2020. Products include Axia SoftSurface, all versions of IP-Tablet virtual radio software, and Telos Z/IP ONE IP broadcast codec. Broadcasters can simply contact their dealer to order and receive the 10% discount.
In addition to offering reduced prices on products that enable remote broadcast, Telos Alliance will continue to fulfil broadcasters’ critical needs during this uncertain time with sales and support.
In a statement, Swidarski said:
At Telos Alliance, our customers, employees and partners are our priorities. We understand the challenges of staying on-air during this coronavirus. Nothing is more important than communicating with loved ones and getting critical information over the air or via streaming.
The world relies on broadcasters like you for timely information from all over the world. It’s a comfort to know you are out there informing, educating, and keeping us safe. THANK YOU!!
As such, Telos Alliance is here for you and will continue to support your critical needs during this unpredictable and uncertain time. Telos Alliance is open for business to handle your orders and provide the customer support that you have come to rely on, worldwide.
We are also paying close attention to medical experts and government agencies who are encouraging businesses to do everything possible to prevent and reduce the risk of COVID-19.
We will be taking measures to protect our Telos Alliance staff and community by implementing a work-from-home policy where possible. Please be assured that we are continuing operations and production to satisfy the needs of the broadcast industry and will do our best to mitigate any delay.