Transmitter & STL
We work with all transmitter makes, models, and years. We design high quality systems that will keep you on the air and free from any single point of failure. Available for emergency night & weekend work.
Studio & Automation
Professional studio design is one of our specialties. Let us help you gain a competitive edge with either upgrading existing studios, or developing new studios.
Tower & Antenna
Tower painting and routine inspections can prevent fines and avoid disasters resulting in lost revenue. There’s no need to hire multiple contractors. Our crew installs and services towers, antennas, feed and lines.
Due Diligence • Systems Design • Remote Server Support • FCC Compliance
Woods Communications provides state-of-the-art broadcast studio design aimed at meeting the needs and future growth of your operation. We deliver a user-friendly facility that is easy to operate supported by industry standard equipment and documentation.
We specialize in providing full service tower work supported by field inventory and flexible “on-call” availability. Emergency off air challenges can happen at any hour so we are available nights, weekends and holidays.
Transmitters come in all shapes and sizes and each one has its own characteristic behaviors. Our years of commitment to the industry and experience with transmitters has enabled us to keep up with emerging technology while also servicing legacy equipment.
Posted on June 6, 2011 | No CommentsThe Oregon Sports Network (OSN) was formed by the University of Oregon to manage programming content of all U of O sporting programs. Football was the most valued of all sports programming that the University offered. There was a large amount of revenue attached to both television and radio broadcasts […]
Posted on May 30, 2011 | No CommentsCumulus was on its way to becoming one of the largest broadcast companies in the United States when I was hired in April of 2002 to manage the Eugene, Oregon consolidation project. Cumulus had purchased three stations from Citidel on West 11th Avenue and three others from Marathon Media.