09.10.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
NETIA introduces podcasting module for Radio-Assist

NETIA has announced the release of a new podcasting module for the company's Radio-Assist digital audio content management software. An extension for Radio-Assist's Dispatcher automatic converter software, the new podcasting module permits broadcasters to publish podcasts from media assets within the Radio-Assist content database.

Broadcasters already using NETIA's Radio-Assist software can easily implement the new podcasting module by installing a dedicated PC within the Radio-Assist network. The process is highly automated, so content can be published without any human intervention. Listeners will receive podcast updates automatically, enabling them to hear the latest content on digital media players at their convenience.

The Radio-Assist range of digital audio content management software programs covers the entire operation of a radio station. Each stage is covered from acquisition to broadcast, including ingest, sound-file editing, commercial and music production, newsroom system, scheduling, multicasting and administration. Radio-Assist provides simultaneous access to several products, so the user can record, edit or prepare a playlist with a single application.

For more information, please visit http://www.netia.net/us/.

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