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Digital Alert Systems Integrates EAS Into WideOrbit for Automation
The pairing of the two systems is designed to streamline operations, prevent emergency alert step-on insertion over advertiser material and produce a more polished and sophisticated on-air product. The software integration between Dasdec-II and WO Automation for Radio allows for better deployment of emergency alerts, with streamlined communication between the systems that allow radio broadcasters to automatically schedule alerts to play to air at an appropriate time.
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