WNEM Integrates Netia and Wideorbit
Bridgeport, MI - Oct 16, 2007 - WNEM-AM, owned by the Meredith Corporation and serving Michigan's Bridgeport, Saginaw and Bay City areas, has adopted an integrated radio broadcast system comprising Netia's Radio-Assist range of digital audio software products and Wideorbit's WO Traffic for Radio software. The system integration allows Netia users to access Wideorbit traffic logs from within the Radio-Assist planning tools.
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