Owner and Operator of two Valley Based businesses – TableTalk Publications (Quality Place Mats for Quality Restaurants to provide affordable long term exposure for Quality Advertisers – especially local)
Lloyd Smith Technologies (Specializing in structure PA System and installations, acoustic treatment and Low Power FM).
Lloyd is currently the Technician for:
- Radio Station CKDU – the Dalhousie University Radio Station
- CIPU-FM First Nations community radio station in Supekne’kati, (Shubenacadie) Nova Scotia
- And CJIJ-FM First Nations community radio station in Membertou near Sydney, Nova Scotia
Lloyd is also Canada’s longest serving appointed Town Crier, Windsor, NS: bringing pomp, ceremony and colour to almost every event or ceremony. Also representing many Kings and West Hants County communities as well as the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival. Visit his Crier website here.
LSTechnologies was launched as an Audio and Technical Service in commercial and broadcasting with early focus on development of audio technology for installation and use by Municipalities of Argyle and Clare and the Town of Kentville. The company branched out in 2007 by being awarded a contract to install the completely relocated Nova Scotia Community College Radio Arts Program and studios from Kingstec Campus in Kentville to the new Dartmouth Waterfront facilities. Since that time LSTechnologies has continued to expand and to provide audio and technical services, including maintenance at Kingstec, Annapolis and the Waterfront Campuses.
In addition the company has installed audio and acoustic systems at Kingstec Campus in Kentville, the Annapolis Campus in Middleton and Kings College in Halifax and audio and video systems at Saint Mary’s Basilica and the University of Kings College in Halifax. More recently LSTechnologies refurbished a broadcast console for the Waterfront Campus of NSCC Radio Arts Program under contract for use at the 2013 East Coast Music Awards in Halifax as well as installing a Low Power FM broadcast system for use by the 2013 ECMA’s.
LSTechnologies operates in close partnership with MediaVoice Productions of Brooklyn, West Hants, as the primary technical service provider for low power FM broadcast installations at Baptist Churches in Aylesford and Bedford as well as the Campus Station at St. FX University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
We also completed the installation of studios at Faith Baptist Church in Sydney with the installation of a new Air-4 Master Contol Room Console and Arc 8 Production Console – both complete with phone hybrids and audio distribution system, studio interlink and, as of February 1st the church is now in full stream mode, in anticipation of going on air, LPFM, in about a year which LSTechnologies will spearhead in association with MediaVoice Productions.