Broadcast Electronics is showing new tools for its AudioVAULT automation platform at the NAB Show.
The AudioVAULT FleX gets an improved segue editor along with a new user interface. The new UI will allow for customized screens for individual shows or talent.
AudioVAULT also adds tools for synchronizing schedules and inventory across multiple AudioVAULT sites. AudioVAULT’s logger has new metadata capabilities including podcast, PPM and RDS metadata.
Ray Miklius, vice president, studio systems, Broadcast Electronics said: “The one clear trend we see in studio operation this last year is that broadcasters can no longer afford to dedicate one studio to one purpose. Why not distribute what they’ve already invested in their studios across a number of facilities and for a number of purposes? That’s what we hope to achieve by these new distributed asset and integration tools for the AudioVAULT.”
BE is also featuring a 2 kW version of the STX LP transmitter line, the newest addition to the line of AM and FM transmitters. The 2 kW version of the STX LP transmitter is scalable from 1 kW to 5 kW and comes with a built-in exciter, an emergency backup controller and IP connectivity.