Broadcast software developer RCS is bringing to the NAB Show the latest iteration of its many playout, automation and traffic platforms.
Selector2Go (shown) is a feature of GSelector scheduler tailored for the Web. Selector2Go works on contemporary browsers and across platforms and mobile devices. This includes most Windows and Mac computers as well as the majority of current smartphones and tablets including the iPad and iPhone. Data flow is kept small to enable faster performance, even on mobile networks like 3G. Selector2Go gives users core scheduling, schedule editing functionality and essential analysis details of rotations.
Zetta2Go is an application that allows the control of a Zetta automation/playout system from an Internet browser. Using a tablet or smartphone a user can view and fire off hot keys for a station, from a laptop or remote desktop a user can control much more.
Aquira 2Go lets users stay in contact with the traffic team back at the station. The company says benefits include easy and convenient access because users can interact with Aquira from any location with Internet access; better customer service, because users can access data fast and deliver a prompt and accurate service to clients; controlled security; and increased efficiency.
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