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.
Bill Bennett, Media Solutions Account Manager here at ENCO, shares his thoughts on the many forms that virtualization is taking with the readers of Radio World.
ENCO’s enCloud suite of innovative cloud-based solutions lets their radio station customers access and control their centralized DAD systems using connected iOS devices from remote locations.
Innovative public radio broadcaster leverages automated captioning system to reach segment of the community previously unable to access radio programming
Audio podcasting is seeing exponential growth thanks to smartphones, smart speakers, and digital voice assistants that make it easier for listeners to browse and access today’s universe of podcast options.
With its DAD (Digital Audio Delivery) solution, ENCO addresses these opportunities and challenges head-on by making it possible to automate an entire 24/7 radio operation reliably and cost-efficiently.
Learn more about how highly reliable, flexible, and proven DAD automated playout can save your public radio station valuable man-hours, streamline efforts, and maximize your valuable resources.
Arkansas broadcaster continues operations without limitation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic
Long-time radio professional will emphasize remote broadcasting solutions and “evangelize” benefits of ENCO’s automated workflow solutions for new markets, including open captioning in AV environments
TVTechnology and RadioWorld magazines honor ENCO with NAB 2020 Best of Show Awards.
Stations can use ENconveyor and Dropbox to keep their content fresh when they cannot access their station physically.
Mobile device access and a plethora of features please Alaskan broadcaster
NPR Member Station uses DAD to produce live and automated shows featuring diverse music, hyper-local news, and public affairs programs across West Central Colorado
Enhancements to enCaption4 bring operational and audience experience benefits to broadcasters and content producers, while radio-optimized configurations make European debut
ENCO’s second-generation WebDAD platform, introduced at IBC, enables browser-based native remote control of ENCO DAD automation systems and production workflows.
Debuting at the 2019 NAB Show, tailored enCaption4 configurations enable radio broadcasters to serve hearing-impaired audiences via web browser or mobile app
Flexible and reliable automation enables WNKR and WNKN to efficiently deliver nearly-identical but locally-tailored programming through single, user-friendly system