360 Systems, a maker of radio broadcast items like the Instant Replay clip player and the DigiCart, has announced a move to a new headquarters not far from the old one in Newbury Park, Calif.
The company has been a familiar presence in radio broadcast studios, with some of the earliest digital clip players, DAWs and broadcast servers; but it has trended more in a different direction over the last few years, concentrating more on the broadcast video and film markets.
Its radio/audio products continue to be manufactured, a company spokeswoman told RW.
360 Systems President and CEO Robert Easton said: “360 Systems is increasingly involved in new developments in broadcast HD and the film industry. We’ve delivered over 3,000 servers, it’s been a great run, and we will continue to support everything we have made. Our future is aligned with new developments in HD, and we look forward to being a part of it.”