With the help of Broadcast Communications International, Netia has announced that it is providing Thailand’s state-owned MCOT its radio automation and playout software suite for national and local radio stations. The new system will aim to automate and enhance MCOT stations’ production workflow and playout operations.
According to Netia, six stand-alone workstations will be installed that run the Netia software at MCOT’s Bangkok facility, with 18 additional set-ups set up across 18 regional sites. These modules will allow MCOT station users to record, edit or prepare content for broadcast and distribution, it added.
MCOT operates a total of 61 stations, including one international, seven national, one district and 52 provincial radio stations.