01.20.2010 09:49 AM
Broadcast Traffic Systems to show entry-level product at CABSAT

Broadcast Traffic Systems (BTS) will demonstrate its range of open-platform broadcast traffic management software at CABSAT 2010, in Dubai. Center to the company’s exhibit will be the Express downloadable broadcast traffic management system. This entry-level application is based on three modules, which together provide program planning, traffic scheduling, transmission scheduling, as-run scheduling and media management. Customers can select the modules needed to support their current level of business. The basic Express system module has all of the infrastructure needed to operate a single channel.

The Express Scheduling option adds a media library, program library, promo library, long-term scheduling and presentation scheduling. The Express Sales option incorporates all the facilities required for sales administration, contract management, sales finance and invoicing.

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