The companies will work together to bring ENCO’s SpecAI solution to the broader North American radio market, helping affiliates create spec spots on-demand, reducing cost and accelerating time to air
Radio broadcasters will learn how WebDAD and ENCO-GPT can enhance production workflows in exciting new ways
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.
AITrack and ENCO-GPT change the game for automated voice tracking, ad copy creation and more in radio and TV production workflows; ENCO will also erect a virtual production set on their booth
New innovations strengthen momentum for enCaption5 captioning software, modular enTranslate engine, WebDAD 3.0 remote radio interface, and RUSHWORKS product lines
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.
Pubcasting industry veteran Chuck Leavens uses multiple ENCO DAD systems to run jazz-formatted WZUM in Pittsburgh and, separately, the nation’s largest nationally syndicated 24×7 jazz “white label” music service.
New WebDAD 3.0 provides enhanced user experiences while letting stations efficiently manage their on-air operations from anywhere with a network connection.
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.
WIHS/104.9 FM's transition from a legacy deployment goes smoothly!
Whether it’s broadcast television or video streamed over the top, viewers are familiar with closed captioning on their screens. This is because the FCC mandates on-screen captions to make the audio portions of over-the-air TV broadcasts accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing.
By offering live local radio captioning, WAMU is broadening its market reach by making its programming accessible to the deaf or hard of hearing, including those associated with Gallaudet University—a world-renowned Washington, DC-based university that serves deaf and hard of hearing students.