Automated call-in contests
Aiming to make running and participating in call-in contests fun, ContestFM allows radio stations to essentially outsource the running of a call-in contest to an automated service. A radio station gets its own dedicated contest line backed by a highly available telephony infrastructure. Contests are created and managed using a Web-based application. Once a contest is started, call-ins on the contest line are handled by a completely automated system. The winning call can be forwarded to a radio station phone line for further processing.
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