ENCO Polishes Software

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Broadcast software developer ENCO Systems will show a new product called RTS, short for Radio Tracking Server, at the NAB Show.

It’s an automated distribution system for sending and receiving playlists and voicetracks from a radio station to remote users. According to ENCO it requires no direct connectivity and is completely hands-off. The company says the advantage of RTS is letting tracking talent work from anywhere in the world.

ENCO also plans to show an embedded DAD. A demo at the ENCO booth will show DAD running on a PC embedded directly inside an audio routing engine. The company says that no separate workstation, no sound card are needed ⎯ just DAD integrated right inside the control module.

And speaking of DAD, NAB 2013 brings new features: an improved graphical interface, enhanced Unicode support, new playlist creation and voicetracking tools, more “user friendly” additions.

NAB Show Booth: C1321
Info: www.enco.com
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