NAB Sneak Peek: ENCO Beefs Up WebDAD

HTML5 enables native remote control from any browser
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“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