ENCO’s heritage began in 1983 by providing computer based process control for critical industrial applications. Building on our expertise in automation technology and an in-depth understanding of challenges faced by television and radio broadcasters, we focused on applying computer based automation to broadcasting. ENCO adopted the concepts of computer controlled automation found in high tech factories and applied them to the broadcast studio. In 1991, ENCO’s first digital audio delivery system, DAD, replaced error prone manual CART systems commonly used to sequence and play audio content. DAD increased flexibility and productivity for broadcasters and enabled trouble free automated formats that could run for an hour, or for days without intervention.
Today ENCO delivers world class broadcast solutions to thousands of television and radio broadcasters on six continents. Our solutions range from large multinational radio and television broadcast applications to the needs of the small market or community radio or television station. We bring our customers flexible solutions that improve workflows and increase efficiency, while delivering exceptional value, performance and reliability. Today’s technological pace is astounding. Now and for the foreseeable future, broadcasters face increasing demand to compete in new places, and the need to readily embrace new technologies and media. We maintain our competitive advantage through constant innovation and adapting to the needs of the ever-changing broadcast landscape. Pair this with amazing customer service and it’s no wonder that the largest broadcasters in the world rely on ENCO.