NAB Sneak Peek: ENCO Beefs Up WebDAD

HTML5 enables native remote control from any browser
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HTML5 enables native remote control from any browser

“When paired with other technologies and applications in our enCloud suite, broadcasters can truly make the world their studio.”

That’s the promise from ENCO about its second-generation WebDAD, to be shown at NAB Show in April.

WebDAD is a cloud-based solution, part of ENCO’s enCloud family, that allows broadcasters to take native control of their station from any networked location. The manufacturer says it provides users with a fully virtualized platform to remotely access and control studio-based ENCO DAD radio automation systems.

Its user interface now has been redesigned and optimized through an HTML5 architecture; thus, ENCO says, broadcasters are no longer limited to specific web browsers, enabling native-level control from any workstation or mobile device.

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President Ken Frommert said the first iteration introduced the ability to manage and drive on-air presentation, playlist manipulation, voice tracking, and other critical production tasks. “With our HTML5-based re-design, WebDAD becomes the most powerful and comprehensive browser-based interface yet, giving broadcasters and production teams a direct line to DAD and complete control of the one-air interface over IP via any standard web browser.”

ENCO said this offering helps stations and networks quickly establish a decentralized work force.

NAB Show Booth: N3824