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The 2020 edition of the European Radio and Digital Audio Show

It’s become a tradition: at each new edition of the European Radio Show we pay tribute to a country and its professionals. After Quebec (2014), Switzerland (2015), Belgium (2016), the UK (2017), Norway and the Scandinavian countries (2018), Iberian countries (2019), Germany will be the featured country of the only event celebrating all of the different radio professions. The show confirmed its opening up to Europe and to non-French-speaking visitors with an increase of 35% in the number of visitors from abroad in 2019. So when is the next European Radio Show? Make a note of the dates now:...

A Quickie With SOUND4

Overall SOUND consistency enriches the listening experience How do radio stations ensure that they stand out from the crowd?  There are many answers to this question, but the SOUND quality is definitely at the top of the list of answers.   Broadcast engineering is technological ARTISTRY. This is evident in the way in which audio processing is used for radio.  On-air processing is advantageous to radio stations as it creates a holistic audio consistency for listeners. This ranges from the way the presenters sound, to the rich quality of the music and jingles. ...

A Quickie With Paneda

A Break - In System you want to get Safety is the priority when it comes to Paneda's newest innovation which is the  "Break - In System. While providing solutions for all digital radio and television systems, the company is now leading the pack when it comes to " break- in systems" in tunnels. This system aims to inform people about any important information, especially in the event of an emergency.  These break in systems are mainly developed and designed to be used in road tunnels but are also useable in train stations, parking garages, and shopping centres.   This...

A Quickie With Multicam - Systems

Video Content for Radio? The answer is YES!   A Quickie With … MultiCam- Systems It is no secret that visual content production is on the rise.  With social media platforms also aiding this growth.   Camera's in radio studios have become an integral part of additional content creation.  Video content increases traffic, leads and time spent on your website. Radio stations can then retain an audience beyond on air, and beyond just audio. Radio stations the world over are placing more emphasis on live and recorded video. Radio and visual content work together to reach a...

Way To Go Radio WORLDDAB - Interview with Patrick Hannon

If radio is to remain relevant in the 21 century, it needs to innovate. The problem is that FM spectrum is full. DAB+ addresses this situation by offering listeners new features and many more services. WorldDAB provides specific solutions and advice on all aspects of the switchover from analogue to digital radio.  This includes regulation, licensing, technical trials, network build-out, marketing and production of new digital radio content.   In the next few months, over 15 cities are expected to see the launch of DAB+, including  Toulouse, Bordeaux, Dijon, Grenoble,...

Way To Go Radio RCS

RCS is continuously advancing the radio experience. RCS is the worlds largest broadcast software company.    For radio, the company has been manufacturing software that has assisted in shaping everything from song rotation, news and traffic scheduling.  Their product range has browser-based extensions designed for mobile devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets.  Radio stations are able to utilise the  “from-anywhere” feature of Selector2GO, Zetta2GO and Aquira2GO.   The former allows remote access for the user, and cloud-based solutions are...

Way to Go radio - European Radio Show - Joe D'Angelo - XPERI

Xperi and DTS are working towards greater innovation when it comes to listening to DAB+ in the car. The roll-out of DAB +  is also seeing technological modifications being made to ensure that the listener experience is as trouble-free as possible.   2018 was an important year for the development of DAB+ in France.   December 2018 saw  DAB+ being launched in Strasbourg and Lyon, with over 40 DAB+ radio stations going on air in those areas. Other regions that launched DAB + include,  Paris, Marseille, Nice and Lille. These switches now mean that 21.3 per...
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