ENCO’s Gateway solution provides reliable backup of audio content and databases for generator-free low-power FM station, where more than 40 students use ENCO DAD software for broadcast operations
ENCO Dad Radio Automation Software is flexible, customizable, and interoperable. DAD users know the audio playout and automation system for its Presenter On-air Interface and vast playout options. There are some features , however, that can be extremely helpful for the radio broadcaster that you might not know about.
New innovations strengthen momentum for enCaption5 captioning software, modular enTranslate engine, WebDAD 3.0 remote radio interface, and RUSHWORKS product lines
We sit down with RUSHWORKS Founder Rush Beesley to chat about the recent acquisition of RUSHWORKS by ENCO.
ENCO enCaption5 receives Sound & Video Contractor’s Best of Show Award and ENCO RUSHWORKS PTX Model 3 PRO is named Best of Show by AV Technology
Lowell Telecommunications Corp. (LTC), also known as Lowell TeleMedia Center, is a public access TV station in Lowell, Massachusetts that operates three PEG channels. Folks in the community can sign up for a membership to broadcast up to three hours of content per week. Memberships also provide access to equipment rentals and in-studio editing without an additional charge.
Radio automation lets you easily, efficiently, and quickly organize, manage, and schedule your content, freeing up valuable production time and resources.
While today’s software-defined radio stations are extremely powerful and agile, they’re also vulnerable to a wide range of hazards that can knock them off the air without warning. Even if the problem only lasts a few hours, that downtime can result in lost advertising or underwriting revenue and a need for makegoods.
Known as stations “to the left of the dial”, Non-Commercial Educational (NCE) radio stations operate on FM frequencies from 88.1MHz to 91.9MHz, which the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reserves for educational purposes.
With its ClipFire TV channel-in-a-box solution, ENCO has integrated mission-critical broadcast capabilities, such as live production, playout, editing, live graphics, media asset management, and more into a compact, Windows-driven appliance.
Automated approach overcomes unpredictable scheduling challenges for closed captioning of live television coverage and in-room AV open captions for participants
If creating visually interesting digital signage takes too much time, effort, or money, or requires integrating third-party systems to aggregate all the necessary tools, the process becomes burdensome for cash-strapped PEG channels. ClipFire solves this dilemma by integrating digital signage creation, asset management, and automated playout capabilities into a compact, software-driven TV Channel-in-a-Box.
While community media stations typically operate on tight operating budgets, the reality is that, in order to attract and interest viewers, they must deliver broadcast-quality video programs that meet the expectations of today’s sophisticated media consumer. With its ClipFire TV Channel-in-a-Box, ENCO offers community media an integrated solution that supports their local news and public affairs mission by enabling broadcast-quality video capabilities.
With its enCaption closed captioning system, ENCO makes video captioning readily available and affordable to community media channels so they can comply with mandates and better serve their viewers’ needs.
To make local programming accessible to viewers with hearing disabilities, community stations must provide closed captioning that is accurate, complete, legible, and in sync with the spoken dialogue. With its enCaption closed captioning system, ENCO solves this market’s closed captioning challenges.