Jump2Go RadioTag Plus
Radio tagging system
RadioTag Plus is a new way of interacting with radio audiences via iTunes and Zune song tagging. The Jump2Go system consists of the JumpGate, a black box that fits in the palm of a hand. It comes with either one or three serial ports and an Ethernet connection. The software runs an advanced RBDS application that talks to automation systems, iTunes, Jump2Go's data center, processes RBDS song tagging, tags commercials, generates RT+ and interfaces with Ando ad-insertion and streaming audio encoders. This eliminates working with INI and config files. Stations can earn commissions on songs sold -- each song that a station refers to an iTunes tagged playlist qualifies for a commission, paid to the station if the customer purchases that song.
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