DJB Radio said its entire line of software has been updated.
DJB Radio Logger and DJB Radio Spider are Windows 11-ready and now ship with a built-in HTML client. The user can log, skim or schedule recordings from any local audio source, AoIP driver or URL. Logger can be connected to serial or custom logic interfaces for WNIP, Livewire or SAS for full start/stop control. Email alerting per-channel provides silence detection as well as URL loss notifications.
You can monitor and manage Logger and Spider from anywhere on your local network or VPN.
On the automation side, DJB Radio and DJB Zone have been given facelifts.
“New features include transactional log timing in the main play stack, enhanced metadata management for streaming and a bigger toolbox for scheduling music and automation commands,” the company says.
“Improved logic compatibility with all major AoIP systems as well as serial-based switchers reaffirms DJB’s commitment to satellite-fed stations and easy interoperability with today’s premier broadcast systems.”
DJB Radio Logger starts at $295, Spider at $395 and automation packages at $,1295.
Ahead of the spring NAB Show, it also teased: “A revamped Button Broadcaster is on the way that will offer a two-in-one powerhouse for internet broadcasters and podcasters alike.”
NAB Show Booth: N3231