At the NAB Show, On-Hertz is introducing for the first time in the United States its virtual radio studio: Lumo.
Running on standard IT infrastructure, offering a web-based UI and optimized for touch interfaces, Lumo integrates a playout solution into one unit. It also comprises a 10-channel mixing console and AoIP features, including a phone hybrid and a transmission codec.
The Lumo radio studio, On-Hertz says, “boosts radio broadcasters’ production capabilities with mobility and enhanced workflows at a fraction of the cost of traditional equipment.”
With a scalable pricing structure, the system, unveiled at IBC2018 in Amsterdam, now features a redesigned user interface, a gain-sharing auto-mixer and an enhanced DSP. Thanks to its modern APIs and various integration possibilities, Lumo can be integrated within an existing eco-system of professional broadcasters.
From the show host’s couch at home to the basket of a hot-air balloon a thousand feet above the ground, or simply to create a more relaxed atmosphere in the main facility, On-Hertz points out that Lumo lets users focus on producing quality radio content.
NAB Booth: N2531