ENCO’s updated WebDAD makes its U.S. debut at this year’s NAB Show.
This second-generation platform enables browser-based native remote control of ENCO DAD automation systems and production workflows as part of the company’s “Studio in a Cloud” strategy for broadcasters. It now includes ENCO’s Presenter On-Air interface, which the company says “optimizes ENCO’s modular, touchscreen design for customizing production workflows and providing instant access to media libraries, playlists and more.”
WebDAD features an HTML5-enabled user interface to provide a “fully-virtualized platform to remotely access and control their studio-based ENCO DAD radio automation systems,” according to ENCO.
ENCO President Ken Frommert said WebDAD “removes the limitation of maintaining an on-premises physical workstation,” which he says helps to reduce operational costs and enables easier collaboration with part-time, contract, and remote staff.
ENCO will demonstrate the enCloud “Studio in a Cloud” workflow at its booth in the North Hall.