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Myers Releases ProTrack Broadcast Management Software Version 6.06
Northampton, MA - Oct 2, 2012 - Myers Information Systems has released version 6.06 of ProTrack, the company's flagship suites for multi-media broadcasters. "This is the first execution of a new development strategy focused on streamlining the product internally and externally," stated company CEO and President Crist Myers.
"While many improvements will go unnoticed under-the-hood, clients will benefit from ProTrack's new workflows to better manage day-of-air schedule opportunities, plus greater integration of schedules and sales across multiple distribution platforms. It's among the most expansive management systems on the market today in terms of addressing needs throughout the broadcast chain, from program acquisition to rights management, scheduling to media management, sales contracting to reconciliation and invoicing," Myers noted. Also unveiled was a new and improved ProTrack Knowledgebase (PK), a searchable self-help support database containing helpful video tutorials, user guides, FAQs, and common inquiries with solutions.
Myers ProTrack is available in both radio and television editions. It offers comprehensive scheduling and business management for individual, multichannel and multi-station facilities. Actively used by more than 226 media outlets, supporting more than 1,300 channels.
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