Dematerializing The Studio: New Tech Enables Broadcasting From The Cloud
May 7, 2019
Is radio ready for a futuristic world with no physical air studio, where all of the station’s music, spots, IDs, voicetracks and other audio ingredients exist in the cloud, easily assembled, mixed and sent to the transmitter from a tablet or laptop? It’s no pipedream. Tech provider RCS has developed a system to do just that – as part of an initiative that could change how radio is constructed around the world.
Read more at: http://www.insideradio.com/dematerializing-the-studio-new-tech-enables-broadcasting-from-the-cloud/article_3760e418-709c-11e9-9b77-57b604bbe996.html
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