Enco Systems Push Radio Interface for Nautel
Transmitter programming automation
Push Radio is a program distribution model where content is stored in the transmitter with playlists executed at the same point. Because this model does not rely on real-time audio delivery, content can be delivered via low-cost Internet connections. Different content may be delivered to each transmitter, allowing each site to have local content in its programming. The Enco Push Radio interface provides audio delivery via the Enco DAD Automation platform. The system automatically updates files and playlists on each transmitter. It also pulls back "as played" logs and reconciles the logs with music and traffic schedulers. The interface will operate on any VS Series or new NVLT Series transmitter.
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