02.08.2006 03:19 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
ScheduALL announces new products at NAB2006

New products from ScheduALL to showcase at NAB2006 will ease integration with third-party applications and provide Web support. They include:

  • ScheduALL Media Connection Services (MCS): MCS allows bidirectional API access for third-party companies with industry-standard media partners.
  • ScheduALL Microsoft Outlook and Exchange Interface: This module delivers a simple interface with MS Outlook and Exchange providing unidirectional functionality. Detailed schedule information created within ScheduALL can now be sent to Outlook calendars, PDAs and mobile text messaging.
  • ScheduALL for the Web: Provides API Interface and .NET support to clients for Web-supported areas of operations, as well as Internet Explorer browser-development support for new applications coming online.
  • EDGE Rollout: Created especially for ScheduALL’s boutique and smaller post users.
For more information, visit www.scheduall.com.

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