A new 30-minute Radio World webcast explores new products from several of radio’s leading technology vendors.
Editor in Chief Paul McLane spends a few minutes with each of the manufacturers listed below to learn what they are offering for radio broadcasters. The format is intended to be fast-moving so you can learn about new products without taking up a lot of your day.
You can view it here on demand.
From RCS Worldwide, Nate Mumford discusses the company’s cloud-based remote offerings. Though working outside the studio, your radio staff can continue to add audio, metadata or schedules as well as massage a log, automatically send a music log to automation and stream from any location. He also covers brand-new unique hybrid workflows between RCS products.
At Wheatstone, Jay Tyler introduces the Blade 4, a new WheatNet-IP I/O access unit coming out this fall. He explains what’s new in AoIP architecture and walks you through Blade 4 features, including dual ports and power supplies; new onboard apps; advanced source attribution for automating routing and control; codec integration with the AoIP network; and interoperability improvements using AES67 and NMOS.
Marty Sacks of Telos Alliance explains how the Axia Quasar AoIP Console builds on the company’s deep AoIP expertise. He describes its native AoIP architecture; features like new Source profiles, automatic mix-minus and automixing on all channels; and highly customizable design including user-assignable buttons in the Master touchscreen module and every channel strip. Marty also sets the stage for the future of consoles — hardware, software, cloud — based on the needs of the user.
WideOrbit’s William “Dub” Irvin talks about how WO Automation for Radio helps stations manageoperations from any location. The conversation includes a sneak peek into v5.0, available soon, which allows for full control of the automation system, including true voice tracking and recording capabilities, through native apps that can be installed and used from anywhere.
And All in Media (AIM)’s Jason Malaure talks about RAPID, AIM’s system for managing and publishing visual radio services, its latest features and upcoming launch in North America. His discussion will also cover AIM’s success in scaling its smartphone apps platform for individual radio stations and radio networks alike, as well as the benefits broadcasters derive from its revamped set of features that makes it easier to scale and deliver content. AIM is a sister outfit to HD Radio and both are part of XPERI.
This is a free sponsored webcast, part of Radio World’s ongoing series about radio and audio products and technology trends. Watch it here.