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WideOrbit Expands Partnership with Telos Alliance

Highlights a “fully integrated cloud environment” for its radio automation

WideOrbit said it has expanded its partnership with Telos Alliance to enable an integrated cloud environment that combines AoIP control and routing for WO Automation for Radio. 

“With this development, WideOrbit now empowers broadcasters to dramatically reduce the amount of on-premises equipment needed to efficiently run a radio station. The environment also enables on-air talent who are geographically separated to jointly create live radio shows.”

It said that all server components of WO Automation for Radio and the Axia Altus virtual mixing console can be installed in Amazon Web Services. “Remotely contributed and on-air audio are delivered via the cloud using Axia Altus and other Telos Alliance technology.”

WideOrbit is also demo’ing advanced Group Voice Track functionality in its automation system. It called this a “major upgrade to a critical component” of WO Automatoiin for Radio. 

“With advanced Group Voice Tracking, stations can be organized into Groups, allowing on-air talent to record a single voice track and send it to all stations within a Group, or record different voice tracks for some of the stations in the Group.”

WideOrbit is in Booth W2134 at the NAB Show.

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