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NAB Sneak Peek: MusicMaster CS Streamlines Workflow

New scheduling system is designed for large radio organizations

Broadcast software developer MusicMaster will introduce a solution for large radio organizations with multiple stations and users at this year’s NAB Show.

The new MusicMaster CS client server-based music scheduling system duplicates every feature found in the MusicMaster Pro edition, including optimum goal scheduling and the rule tree. MusicMaster explains that client-server architecture puts all business intelligence on a powerful central server for a faster and more streamlined workflow.

The user-defined, multiple station enterprise library keeps all song metadata and station-level rules and clocks in a single central SQL database, providing comprehensive management oversight while eliminating redundant data storage at individual station locations.

Founded in 1983 MusicMaster music scheduling is used around the world by radio stations, music television networks, background music providers, pureplay Internet services, satellite music companies and retail outlets, says the firm.

MusicMaster founder, President and CEO, Joseph Knapp said, “Your music flow is just as important to your listeners as your work flow is to us. With MusicMaster CS, we now offer a choice of systems to perfectly match any operation.”

NAB Show Booth: N6129