Today, people listen to the radio in their car, on their smartphone, online, live or via podcast. To provide them with permanent access to their programmes, radio stations, both private and public, must have effective broadcast tools.
The Media Assist playout system represents the result of several years of research and reflection, in terms of both ergonomics and technology.
Spread over two monitor screens, the interface displays simultaneously the four broadcast channels as well as access to the numerous help and preparation tools (cueing, playlist modification, recording, production).
Air-DDO takes up to four on-air outputs and a PFL playback simultaneously. The playlist can be broadcast on 1, 2, 3 or 4 channels.
You can either use:
Record, edit and schedule when on air:
Synchronous playlist modification and monitoring:
Automatic, semi-automatic or manual mode:
AirPlaylist is an optimized solution for broadcasting numerous channels. Natively integrated with the NETIA ecosystem, any playlist created and generated within NETIA FederAll module may be broadcast via the AirPlaylist module. Logs for any broadcast item may be accessed and monitored via NETIA’s AirRun module.
Audio-over-IP-compliant, encompassing the AES67 interoperability standard, the AirPlaylist module supports broadcasting via traditional physical sound cards or IP-based virtual drivers.
airplaylistBuilt on a distributed architecture, the AirPlaylist module augments the overall reliability and robustness of playout while reducing total cost of ownership using a limited number of hardware devices.
In high-demand scenarios, the AirPlaylist user interface supports centralized control and monitoring of many different playout systems installed across different servers.
With the Web-based interface, remote users can easily access the module to monitor or supervise playout on each channel and the status of media.
To make it short, this module simplifies multichannel playout and distribution of audio feeds to CDN, and enables tremendous gains in efficiency while ensuring the high reliability essential to broadcast applications.
On-Air Tracker gives access to the database browser via a simple web browser.
The module can process radio playlists in real time. The user can consult the day's playlist to play or view items on the schedule and, more to the point, follow the on-air broadcast. The on-air item can be directly picked out with the Insider synchronization function. When the schedule is modified, it is immediately updated.
Granting access to editing, mixing, channel schedule and meta-data updating tools, the module offers a wide range of features for remote working.
All the browser functions are active: multicriteria search, immediate smooth play and viewing, etc.
The database browser included in On-Air Tracker lets you carry out multi-criteria searches, playback and immediate fluid viewing of media...
The latest report can now be seen anywhere from the reception desk to the manager's office.
This user interface enables:
The Prompter module gives presenters and journalists convenient visual access to news scripts, which scroll continuously across the presenter’s screen, linked with the playout system in the studio.
Customizable features such as text size, color selection, automatic speed control that adapts to reading speed, and read length may be configured in user profiles tailored to presenter preferences.
The Browser is present on all Media Assist workstations. According to the profile, the user may access a set of personalised data. The search functions let you find a document quickly as well as all data related to it, whether texts, images or videos.
Each document type is represented by a tab in which several search criteria are specified. From the Browser, the user may, with the necessary rights, open an indexing file to edit metadata associated with the document it is targeting.