Cameroon Radio and Television, the national broadcaster for the west central African country, has upgraded its Netia automation system to Radio-Assist 8.
CRTV has used the Netia platform since its transition from analog to digital in 2000. The upgrade will be used to improve production and operation for national and regional channels, a release said.
Timothée Metomo Eduma, post-production exploitation chief of service at CRTV said, “Since its installation, the Netia system has served us very well, and the upgrade to version 8 will provide valuable capabilities, as well as excellent ergonomics and a pleasant, intuitive GUI…”
Belgian broadcast systems integrator Studiotech oversaw the job.