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11 Software Helps With Shopping Shows

11 Software Helps With Shopping Shows

11 Software has released three software packages for radio stations.
The company called Shopping Show Pro the first software aimed at radio stations airing shopping shows. It manages item tracking, costs, sales, commissions, Web site updating and certificate printing, so announcers can focus on the show and not on writing things down. Shopping Show Pro lists for $2,499.99 and works with Windows 98se, 2000 and XP.
Also news is Arrows, a Windows-based traffic management package for billing. It comes with an accounting module and spot delivery system and is available to various market levels at a buy-out price. Arrows works under Windows 98se, 2000 and XP.
Spotman Suite is for multiple stations with multiple locations that need to move spots, news, weather and logs to others on a network. The software automatically updates stations with whatever the traffic or production manager needs to get out and places the information in directories on the remote systems. After sending and receiving the data, it sends a confirmation e-mail to the sender.
Spotman Suite lists for $999.99 and works with BSI automation software; it is standard on the upcoming release of Jockey Pro.
11 Software also released updates to Jockey Pro LT and Vtracker LT. Jockey Pro LT is station automation for $99.99; it is aimed at college, low-power and small-market stations and Internet radio. V-Tracker LT is for use with Jockey Pro LT for Voice Tracking; it lists for $49.99.
Software is available on the Web site for trial download and use for seven days. Info: