OMT Technologies Releases Imediatouch V4


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Winnipeg, MB - Feb 1, 2010 - OMT Technologies has released Imediatouch version 4.0 radio automation software that includes an advanced client graphical user interface and more than 25 new feature enhancements. Version 4.0 responds to client feedback and technology advancements.

Some of the new Imediatouch V4 attributes include:

  • New graphical user interface providing greater user-defined flexibility and feature access
  • New multi-blade design with a more dynamic segue editor and enhanced air studio recorder
  • Ability to drag-and-drop onto a showlog page for instant changes to the hot key pages
  • Ability to include a radio station logo on the main on-air screen
  • Enhanced keyboard functions to allow the user better control of the voice track module
  • New back-time feature in voice tracking to better calculate time remaining
  • Voice tracking and Log Tools now allow for multiple user attachments
  • Enhanced on-air library word search using a "contains" methodology

    An online demo and video of the new features are posted at the Imediatouch site.




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