Broadcast Electronics is kicking off an “All the Good Stuff and More” promotion at the show, entitling broadcasters to free products when they purchase or upgrade to a BE AudioVault digital media system or BE RDi 20 RDS encoder.
AudioVault bonus buys are based on three spending tiers; benefits can include tuition-free training at AudioVault University, free software licensing of applications such as NewsBoss or AVLogger, a no-cost RDi 20 RDS generator and free BE SoniXtream Internet package, depending on the spending level.
Broadcasters also can “supersize” BE’s RDi 20 RDS encoder, entitling them to a BE Now Playing Messagecasting license plus a 60-day trial of TRE Message Manager from BE’s The Radio Experience.
Additionally, BE is offering a 60-day free trial of its TRE Message Manager application to those who sign up for Tunefly, a text application that “pings” listeners by e-mail or text message when a favorite song is about to air.
The promotion runs until the end of the year.
Also at the show, BE’s AudioVault will serve as the host system for “Moby in the Morning” and other programs aired live Wednesday and Thursday on First Broadcasting station KFXR(AM). The digital media system is being provided courtesy of BE.