Q. What kind of products or services does your company offer for professional audio buyers/users – especially those who might be attending the NAB show?
A. The Radio–Assist 7.5 range of digital audio software programs covers the entire operation of a radio station, from production to broadcast, including acquisition, sound-file editing, commercial and music production, newsroom system, scheduling, multicasting, administration and more. Media Logging is a content management system for broadcasters, telecom and mobile phone operators, and Internet companies to capture, index, transcode and distribute audio and video content. Video and audio files captured into the database are individually examined, segmented and completed with the necessary associated metadata in an automatic or semiautomatic mode through the use of various speech-to-text and image recognition techniques.
Q. What’s new that you will show at NAB2007?
A. A new editing feature on Radio-Assist that allows users to edit via Intranet.
Q. How is your new product offering different from what’s available on the market?
A. The new editing feature allows for further integration of all of the Radio-Assist tools into the overall workflow.
Q. What is the biggest issue concerning your industry?
A. Content management and workflow issues continue to be on the minds of companies in this industry. They want reliable systems and programs they can trust to do the job, which is why they select our Radio-Assist and Media Logging products.
Q. Where are you based and how many employees do you have? Anything else we should know about your company?
A. NETIA has its headquarters in the south of France, with offices in New York City, Paris, and Rome. We have 60 employees.