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GatesAir Optimizes Next-Generation Over-The-Air Platforms at The Radio Show

Advanced HD Radio, intelligent networking architectures combine with high-efficiency performance to accelerate return on investment

CINCINNATI, September 9, 2014
GatesAir, a global leader in over-the-air broadcast solutions for television and radio, comes to The Radio Show this week with its over-the-air efficiency message, exhibiting turnkey solutions to create, transport, deliver and monetize over-the-air radio for AM, FM and HD Radio™ broadcasters. With advanced new platforms for digital multichannel and intelligent IP networking on display, GatesAir’s vision delivers high-efficiency solutions that accelerate ROI and new revenue streams while providing the lowest total cost of ownership.

Many sessions at The Radio Show, taking place Wednesday-Friday at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, will focus on launching, operating and maintaining a successful digital radio service. At the GatesAir booth (303, Exhibit Hall D), broadcasters can learn how the company’s latest HD Radio solutions support these initiatives while simplifying operations and launching new business opportunities. GatesAir will showcase its innovative line of Flexiva analog and digital transmitters incorporating the Gen 4 Exgine architecture for multichannel HD Radio program transport and delivery, building on its long legacy of innovation in HD Radio broadcasting that dates to the first IBOC tests in the 1990s.

The complete GatesAir Gen 4 Exgine integrates all pertinent signal processing and transport solutions with the industry’s most cost- and power-efficient transmitters, bringing toward an all-in-one, networked solution from the company’s market-leading Flexiva portfolio. The Gen 4 Exgine architecture is ideal for broadcasters facing the challenges associated with HD Radio power level increases, where power utilization, bandwidth, noise and interference challenges can affect efficiency, quality and compliance. The GatesAir Gen 4 Exgine platform enables higher HD Radio power levels through advanced digital signal processing and efficient broadband transmitter designs, increasing headroom while reducing signal distortion and eliminating interference. These improvements ensure an enjoyable experience for listeners who appreciate the high-quality, multichannel experience that HD Radio provides, while helping broadcasters increase market share and monetize digital services through improved coverage and performance.

GatesAir will also showcase intelligent networking solutions for contribution and distribution. The company’s Flexiva range of on-air and production solutions for studio facilities, including multi-destination routing architectures with networked consoles and accessories, enhance creativity and collaboration across studios while reducing infrastructure, wiring and management complexity. GatesAir will also showcase its latest contribution and distribution solutions for external signal transport, including compact Intraplex® IP Link codecs and the North American debut of Intraplex LiveLook, a new network optimization that strengthens visibility into IP network performance. LiveLook’s real-time, interactive monitoring platform is designed to help broadcasters better comprehend and optimize network performance through in-depth analysis and troubleshooting of IP transport architectures.

About GatesAir
GatesAir, Inc. provides complete solutions for over-the-air radio and television broadcasting, leveraging wireless spectrum to maximize performance for multichannel, mission-critical services. Powering over-the-air networks worldwide with unparalleled reliability for nearly 100 years, GatesAir’s turnkey solutions enable broadcasters to create, transport and transmit radio and TV content. With customers in more than 185 countries, the company leads the industry in innovation and design breakthroughs, improving efficiency and reducing total cost of ownership. Visit www.gatesair.com for more information, and follow us on Twitter at @GatesAir.

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KJWY Heads East with Help From Jampro

Philadelphia, PA – KJWY-Channel 2, Philadelphia recently received a JCPD-LV-6/4(24)R Band I, circularly polarized, 4-dipole VHF panel antenna system from Jampro Antennas to help with its move east from Wyoming to Pennsylvania. Parent company, PMCM TV, LLC, was able to put the station on air after petitioning the Supreme Court regarding the move. Now, with help from Jampro, KJWY is the first full power CPOL VHF DTV station in the Philadelphia region.

The JCPD-LV-6/4(24)R Band I, circularly polarized, VHF panel antenna was selected because of its outstanding axial ratio and circularity. The Antenna, which is equipped with feed point radomes and custom mounting brackets, is configured to produce an omni directional pattern. Also supplied was a Jampro Channel 2 DTV mask filter, and RCPU antenna switch frame with rigid transmission line.

According to Jampro President Alex M. Perchevitch, “KJWY conducted a number of extensive studies on several antenna systems before making its selection, which allowed it to choose just the right antenna type and minimize nulls. Jampro’s VHF panel antenna is a critical piece of the puzzle for KJWY as it becomes the first full power CPOL VHF DTV station in the Philadelphia area. The delivery and installation worked out perfectly well. We couldn’t be more pleased with the results or proud to be able to help PMCM TV, LLC transition its station, KJWY, from Jackson, WY to Philadelphia.”

The Jampro JCPD antenna is a circularly polarized 4-dipole flat panel antenna system with rugged galvanized steel construction that ensures years of dependable performance in even the harshest environments. Protective lightweight dipole radomes may be added as protection against heavy ice buildup. The JCPD antenna has proven to provide excellent bandwidth, with typical VSWR of <1.1:1 or better. Many standard and custom directional patterns are available to fit a wide range of coverage requirements.

About Jampro
Jampro Antennas Inc., established to answer the need for quality broadcast systems at a reasonable price, is a leading supplier of antennas, combiners & filters and RF components for every application in the broadcast industry. Reputed for innovation and customization, Jampro builds each system to the specifications of the individual broadcaster. From the first system delivered in 1954 to those installed today, the Company is committed to consistent performance and quality founded on solid engineering. Today, over 25,000 broadcasters worldwide benefit from the quality and performance provided by Jampro systems. Additional information on JAMPRO can be obtained at www.jampro.com.
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Jampro contact: Sonia Del Castillo
916-383-1177 • mailto:Sonia@jampro.com

Press Contact: Desert Moon Communications
Harriet Diener • 845-512-8283
harriet@desertmoon.tv

Alan Dick Broadcast Develops DAB Systems to Satisfy Requirements of Hi-Profile Broadcasters

IBC Stand 8.B99

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Technology will be Highlighted at IBC in Stand 8.B99

Gloucestershire, United Kingdom — Alan Dick Broadcast Ltd. (ADBL), a world leader in the manufacture and design of radio frequency components and antennas for radio and television transmission, will be highlighting DAB antennas at IBC that were designed to provide economic and space efficient solutions for some of the world’s most renowned broadcasters and Broadcast Signal providers. The DAB antennas will share the spotlight with ADBL’s new VHF BIII Mask filter/combiner along with the Company’s well-established UHF and FM units and towers in stand 8.B99.

“Environmental considerations coupled with zoning and planning restrictions forced the BBC to seek an antenna that could be fitted into the space occupied by existing FM units,” says Alex Perchevitch, President of ADBL. “Nothing suitable existed, so ADBL embarked on a development project to provide a solution that didn’t impact negatively on the FM antenna and met the specification for DAB. Two types of antennas were produced; the Shared Aperture FM Crossbow, and the FM Spearhead.”

The FM Crossbow antenna was designed for square structures and provides an excellent omni directional horizontal radiation pattern from an array of 4 panels mounted around a square structure. The FM Spearhead is suited for triangular structures and provides an excellent omni directional radiation pattern from an array of 3 panels mounted around a triangular structure. The DAB antenna elements were designed to be fitted onto the existing FM antennas without disturbing its installation or performance. The systems were range tested to optimize the RF performance of the combined DAB/FM antennas.

About Alan Dick Broadcast
UK-based Alan Dick Broadcast (ADBL) is a long-established global leader in the manufacture of antennas, combiners / filters, towers and broadcast infrastructure services for digital and analogue video and audio systems. Our portfolio starts at concept and runs through planning site development, station equipment, towers, antennas, and a full implementation and testing service. Additional information about ADBL may be obtained at: www.alandickbroadcast.com

ADBL contact: Sonia Del Castillo
mailto:sonia.delcastillo@alandickbroadcast.com

ADBL contact: Simon Williams
mailto:simon.williams@alandickbroadcast.com

Press Contact: Desert Moon Communications
Harriet Diener • +1 845-512-8283
harriet@desertmoon.tv

Flux releases IRCAM SPAT v3 for AAX/AU/VST

Flux completes migration to v3 with the release of SPAT v3 adding support for AVID AAX and 64 bit systems.

Oceanside, California, USA – Flux Sound and Picture Development of Orleans, France is proud to announce the release of SPAT v3, a positional audio plug-in combining three independently definable surround reverbs in a single plug-in with the ability to position and animate, with full automation, mono and stereo sound sources within these reverberant spaces.

SPAT may also be used to position and animate sources with all reverbs disengaged. This advanced feature set makes SPAT an indispensable tool for post-production professionals for ADR.

SPAT has been embraced by many within the community of orchestral composers as a tool for placing instruments on a virtual performance stage for position-correct and convincing orchestral emulations.

SPAT v3 adds support for AVID’s new AAX Native plug-in format. In addition to AAX, Audio Units and VST remain supported on both Mac and Windows. SPAT v1 remains available for users of RTAS systems.

All Flux v3 audio tools support both 64 and 32 bit systems with sample rates up to 384K. The Flux v3 platform delivers exceptionally rich, informative and responsive metering with near zero CPU cost by distributing UI processing to your systems’ GPU. All Flux audio tools are 8-channel ready for surround applications up to 7.1. The only exception is the distinctly named Stereo Tool freeware.

SPAT v3 is available to current SPAT users for no charge. Download SPAT v3 here: www.fluxhome.com/download

In celebration of both the release of SPAT and the completion of the Flux migration to v3, Flux is offering SPAT, the IRCAM TOOLS bundle containing SPAT and all upgrades to SPAT at a 30% discount, effective immediately.

Locate an authorized dealer for Flux and IRCAM Tools by visiting the exclusive Flux US distributor: www.AudioSage.com.

About Flux
Flux Sound and Picture Development of Orleans, France are developers of advanced software audio tools compatible with all major DAWs. Flux specializes in advanced dynamic control, rich real time analysis and EQ. Flux produces the IRCAM Tools line of psychoacoustic post-production tools in collaboration with the prestigious IRCAM Institute of Paris.

Vermont Public Radio Ignites HD Radio™ Broadcasts with GatesAir Solution

End-to-end architecture reliably transports high-quality on-air services to high-efficiency Flexiva™ solid-state transmitter

CINCINNATI, July 9, 2014GatesAir, a global leader in over-the-air broadcast solutions for radio and television, today announced it is supporting Vermont Public Radio’s HD Radio™ broadcasts with a complete architecture to reliably transport and transmit three digital channels and a main FM signal. The installation includes a new GatesAir Flexiva™ transmitter to support higher HD Radio and analog power levels, improving over-the-air coverage while minimizing operational costs.

The end-to-end solution transports on-air program audio (and all program-associated data) over IP to the broadcaster’s transmitter site — retaining exceptional quality across the chain. At the transmitter site, a Flexiva 10kW transmitter is running 6kW at -14dB power injection levels for HD Radio, helping Vermont Public Radio deliver its unique programming to a wider audience with exceptional audio quality.

The GatesAir solution gives Vermont Public Radio a complete architecture to support analog and digital radio services, with substantial efficiency improvements at the transmitter site that reduce maintenance, cooling and power costs. This allows the public broadcaster to keep costs manageable while operating high-quality digital radio services.

“We were all initially very impressed with the physical construction of the Flexiva transmitter,” said Joe Tymecki, director of engineering, Vermont Public Radio. “Its ability to maintain normal rated power through module changes and other maintenance procedures keeps our signal consistent for listeners, and its simple layout offers an easy learning curve for any engineer. Overall, the ease of serviceability and maintenance is a big cost benefit as it reduces our labor requirements. We also air condition our transmitter sites, and the Flexiva offers an efficiency advantage over other transmitters that will lower our power bills.”

GatesAir can support any digital radio transport method, including multiple generations of the HD Radio Exgine architecture. Vermont Public Radio houses its GatesAir HDE-200 Program Exporter at the transmitter site, with a direct connection to its GatesAir Flexiva exciter – an exciter that keeps the station’s over-the-air signals sharp, stable and in mask compliance per FCC regulations. At the studio, the GatesAir HDI-200 Importer prepares HD Radio program audio and data for delivery over IP to the transmitter site, alongside uncompressed audio for the FM broadcast.

“GatesAir’s legacy of HD Radio innovation focuses on end-to-architectures that help broadcasters support engaging digital services for the purpose of enticing a new generation of over-the-air listeners,” said Rich Redmond, chief product officer, GatesAir. “We are proud to call Vermont Public Radio a long-time GatesAir customer, trusting our complete solutions to create, transport and transmit high-quality and forward-looking over-the-air services.”

About GatesAir
GatesAir, Inc. provides complete solutions for over-the-air radio and television broadcasting, leveraging wireless spectrum to maximize performance for multichannel, mission-critical services. Powering over-the-air networks worldwide with unparalleled reliability for nearly 100 years, GatesAir’s turnkey solutions enable broadcasters to create, transport and transmit radio and TV content. With customers in more than 185 countries, the company leads the industry in innovation and design breakthroughs, improving efficiency and reducing total cost of ownership. Visit www.gatesair.com for more information, and follow us on Twitter at @GatesAir.
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Jampro Helps SLAM 101.1 Keep Jamin’ in Barbados

New 4-Bay Broadband FM Antenna System Boosts Radio Station’s Coverage

Barbados, West Indies – SLAM 101.1 FM radio in Barbados recently took delivery of a Jampro JCPB-4 bay high-power broadband FM broadcast antenna system, along with transmission line and installation accessories as well as an RCCS Starpoint combining system, to help the station continue to reach a devoted listener base.

According to Jampro President Alex M. Perchevitch, “Jampro is delighted to help improve the broadcast power of SLAM FM radio with our powerful JCPB 4-bay Broadband FM antenna. This is a robust and high-quality solution that will help the station continue to expand its reach throughout Barbados.”

The JCPB is ideal for broadband and multi frequency applications. Silver-plated inner conductor connectors are used throughout for maximum contact life and minimum power loss. The solution also offers outstanding VSWR and bandwidth without field tuning. The JCPB antennas are built with stainless steel and aluminum, making them sturdy and reliable.

Jampro’s RCCS Starpoint combining system provides an economical and high-quality channel combiner that is designed to feed community antennas with up to five stations. The RCCS series employs bandpass filters each with a phased line of custom length to provide low VSWR levels. The bandpass technology offers intermodulation suppression of both the combined frequencies and any other frequencies in the local environment.

SLAM FM is a family-based radio station that provides the Barbados region with fresh, modern entertainment guided by a focused informed play list and is entrenched in local and regional cultures. With a mainstream format, the station is heavily focused on the 15 to 30-year-old market.

About Jampro
Jampro Antennas Inc., established to answer the need for quality broadcast systems at a reasonable price, is a leading supplier of antennas, combiners & filters and RF components for every application in the broadcast industry. Reputed for innovation and customization, Jampro builds each system to the specifications of the individual broadcaster. From the first system delivered in 1954 to those installed today, the Company is committed to consistent performance and quality founded on solid engineering. Today, over 25,000 broadcasters worldwide benefit from the quality and performance provided by Jampro systems. Additional information on JAMPRO can be obtained at www.jampro.com.

Jampro contact: Sonia Del Castillo
916-383-1177 • mailto:Sonia@jampro.com

Press Contact: Desert Moon Communications
Harriet Diener • 845-512-8283
harriet@desertmoon.tv

Audiofile Releases Fidelia 1.5

A major update to the popular high definition music player for OSX

Audiofile, a leading music technology company, today announced an update to Fidelia, the acclaimed premium music player for Mac. Fidelia 1.5 introduces AirPlay, support for Notification Center, Improvements to FHX™, significant improvements to reliability and performance, as well as an updated interface and branding.

“The sophisticated music lover will always be looking for the best listening experience,” says Matthew Foust, Audiofile Managing Partner and co-founder. “Fidelia offers what many digital music players can’t: support for the highest quality formats. But it’s not enough to simply support the best formats. Fidelia also provides users with tools that allow them to control nearly every parameter of the sonic experience.”

Fidelia 1.5 also introduces an updated design for Fidelia Remote for iOS. Fidelia Remote for iOS turns your iPhone or iPod touch into a full-featured remote control for the Fidelia music player. Browse your Fidelia library and playlists, adjust playback volume and navigate between or within tracks from as far away as your wireless network allows.

Fidelia 1.5 is the first in a series planned set of updates.
For more information about Fidelia, visit http://www.audiofile-engineering.com/fidelia/.

Pricing & Availability
Fidelia 1.5 is available on the Mac App Store starting at $19.99 or at audiofile-engineering.com.

About Audiofile
Audiofile is a boutique technology company building apps that power the world’s musicians and audio engineers. Founded by Ev Olcott and Matthew Foust in 2004, Audiofile is among the most innovative and experienced audio software developers for Mac OS X and the iPhone with a long history of industry-firsts to their name. Learn more about Audiofile’s entire range of music apps for Mac and iOS at www.audiofile-engineering.com, www.facebook.com/audiofileeng and on Twitter, @weareaudiofile.

Myers Tapped for CentralCast Project by Virginia PBS Affiliates WCVE & WVPT

PROTRACK TO UNIFY OPERATIONS FOR THE RICHMOND & SHENANDOAH VALLEY STATIONS

Northampton, MA – Myers, the highly respected developer of broadcast traffic, business, and content management software – today announced the award of a contract from Virginia PBS members WCVE and WVPT to consolidate their ProTrack-based infrastructure into a unified, collaborative workflow. When completed, the Centralcast will streamline the two station’s operations, reduce costs and enhance service to their viewers throughout central Virginia and bordering areas of West Virginia.

The Myers team will implement the project in conjunction with Snell, the facility’s chosen automation partner, allowing the multi-station partnership to take full advantage of existing content workflows, yet maintain independent sales and schedule rights processes for each. The stations will benefit from a unified ProTrack database environment with centralized metadata, PSIP and content library management, plus shared master control services seamlessly integrated with Snell’s ICE channel-in-a-box and Morpheus automation systems. ProTrack will also facilitate the sharing of program schedules across channels and stations.

“Myers proven, reliable, business and technical solutions have served the diverse needs of WCVE and WVPT well for many years,” said Mark Spiller, WCVE’s vice president for broadcast operations. “It’s imperative that our partners in this collaborative undertaking fully appreciate the complexities of our file-based workflow and provide the necessary integration to make it succeed. We have full confidence in the experience and expertise of the Myers team.”

“We are uniquely positioned to lay the foundation for a variety of collaborative station models,” said Crist Myers, president and CEO of Myers. “ProTrack’s operational flexibility – from an individual station to a complex, geographically dispersed hub & spoke configuration – gives our clients a wide range of options to strengthen and grow their business models. The combined power of ProTrack and Snell automation will provide the partner stations with the necessary tools to optimize and manage content across their entire transmission chain. Shared infrastructure projects like these provide efficiencies, a seamless workflow, and a sustainable model for the future.”

ProTrack, Myers’ proven flagship suite, is available in both radio and television editions. It offers comprehensive scheduling and business management for individual, multichannel and multi-station facilities. Actively used by more than 226 media outlets, supporting more than 1,300 channels, ProTrack provides a high-level of structure, scalability, and systems integration for today’s rapidly evolving media environments.

About MYERS
Myers has been developing broadcast management software since 1989. The company provides technology and services for television, radio and other digital media providers designed to improve every aspect of their operations, from contracting to invoicing, media management to scheduling, and from trafficking to reconciliation. For additional information, please visit: www.myersinfosys.com

About WCVE and WVPT
WCVE-TV, a PBS member station licensed to Richmond, Virginia, first signed on in 1964 and is owned by Commonwealth Public Broadcasting Corporation. Its programming is carried by satellite WHTJ in Charlottesville, Virginia. For further information, please visit: ideastations.org/tv

WVPT-TV, a PBS member station licensed to Staunton, Virginia, is located on the campus of James Madison University in Harrisonburg. It first signed on in 1968 and is owned by Shenandoah Valley Educational Television Corporation. WVPT’s over –the-air coverage area consists of 40 counties in Virginia and West Virginia. For further information, please visit: www.WVPT.net

About Snell
Snell is a leading innovator in digital media technology, providing broadcasters and global media companies with a comprehensive range of solutions for creating, managing, and streamlining the distribution of content for today’s multi-screen world. Specializing in TV Everywhere and Live TV applications, Snell provides the necessary tools to transition seamlessly and cost-effectively to 4K UHDTV, file-based, and 3Gbps operations, while enabling broadcasters to monetize and deliver their media assets across multiple distribution platforms. Headquartered in the U.K., Snell serves more than 2,000 broadcasters, post facilities, and global media companies in more than 100 countries through its worldwide team of sales and support personnel. More information is available at http://www.snellgroup.com.

Myers Information Systems contact: Crist Myers
+1-413-585-9820 / sales@myersinfosys.com

Press contact: Desert Moon Communications / Harriet Diener
+1-845-512-8283 / harriet@desertmoon.tv

Barix IP Audio Solutions Help Soma FM Grow Radio Footprint

Multichannel internet broadcaster specifies Barix Exstreamer 500 devices for reliable, cost-efficient and high-quality HD2 broadcasts at radio stations nationwide

ZURICH, SWITZERLAND, November 21, 2013
— IP audio and control specialist Barix is helping multichannel internet radio broadcaster Soma FM grow its presence in the over-the-air broadcast space, with Soma FM specifying reliable, affordable Barix IP Audio solutions for radio stations receiving its programs.

Soma FM is a multichannel internet radio broadcaster offering 27 channels of indie-leaning programs exploring rock, electronic and other music formats. The listener-supported, commercial-free service streams its programs on its website and via a Roku streaming app in addition to supporting over-the-air HD Radio side channels, otherwise known as HD2 feeds.

Soma FM owner and president Rusty Hodge says that Barix helps to minimize costs for his over-the-air radio clients, which include KPBS-FM in San Diego, while providing radio stations with reliable, high-quality audio streams.

“The only other solution we considered for signal decoding and playout were desktop-class machines with professional grade audio cards, and these were three times the cost of Barix,” said Hodge. “Barix eliminates the need to worry about problems like software upgrades and security issues. They are compact, and don’t consume much power. Foremost, they are extremely reliable.”

The last point is the most tangible benefit for Hodge, as he also employs Barix Instreamer audio encoders for remote broadcasts. One recent remote project focused on encoding live broadcast feeds from the Kennedy Space Center to cover space shuttle launches. Soma FM also recently produced live broadcasts from the DEFCON hacker conference in Las Vegas.

Additionally, Soma FM encodes police scanner feeds to enhance certain electronic music programs heard on its website. “Think of it as using Barix as a mixer,” said Hodge. “We connect the scanner to the Instreamer, which injects a priority stream over the music feed. It allows us to do something that you often hear in live or recorded electronic music but is unique for radio broadcasting.”

Hodge also acts as a consultant for large commercial radio networks, and he often specifies Barix solutions for these stations based on his experience. He especially likes the Exstreamer 500, which offers broadcast-quality inputs and outputs among other professional features. Reliability aside, Hodge points out that Barix produces excellent audio quality, with flexible format and bitrate options to meet various network and bandwidth requirements.

“We rely on Barix solutions to feed the broadcasters, as they typically don’t want super hi-fi feeds due to network congestion issues,” said Hodge. “They simply plug in the devices at the stations and get great sounding broadcast audio. And to date we have never had to reboot or power cycle one of their devices.”

Barix: The Voice of Simplicity (www.barix.com)

Barix AG, headquartered in Zurich Switzerland, specializes in the research and development of state-of-the-art IP based communication and control technology. The company is a long-term and reliable supplier of IP audio and control devices, with more than 150,000 devices shipped in its first decade of business. Barix products are stand-alone and able to remotely connect worldwide over standard networks/Internet, offering new and improved solutions to the commercial audio distribution, communication and automation industries. Barix products provide solutions in Audio over IP (audio distribution and monitoring, communication, security) and automation (remote controlling, monitoring and maintenance).
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Barix AG, Seefeldstrasse 303, 8008 Zurich, Switzerland
Phone: +41 43 43322 11, Fax: +41 44 2742849
Barix Technology Inc, St. Paul, MN – (866) 815-0866

http://www.barix.com

http://www.ip-audio.info

Myers Returns to Content & Communications World 2013 With Latest Edition of ProTrack

CCW BOOTH # 765

Northampton, MA — CCW 2013 will set the stage for Myers – the highly respected developer of broadcast traffic, business, and content management software – to officially launch the significantly enhanced 6.07 version of its flagship ProTrack broadcast management solution. ProTrack, available in radio and television-specific editions, connects Traffic, Scheduling, Sales, Engineering and IT departments. The scalable and affordable software suite serves as the unifying element within the broadcast operation and integrates seamlessly with existing infrastructure to optimize workflow.

The new edition of ProTrack will be demonstrated in Booth 765 at CCW in New York City’s Javits Convention Center, November 13-14.

Built on a more powerful SQL database management engine, the enriched Radio and TV versions reflect feedback and requests from end-users and further streamline facility workflows. Numerous functionality and enhancements make information more accessible and facilitate growth and expansion, especially at the Enterprise level.

ProTrack offers comprehensive scheduling and business management for individual, multichannel and multi-station facilities. Actively used by more than 226 media outlets, supporting more than 1,300 channels, ProTrack provides a high-level of structure, scalability, and systems integration for today’s rapidly evolving media environments.

ABOUT MYERS
Until recently known as Myers Information Systems, the company has been developing broadcast management software since 1989. Myers provides technology and services for television, radio and other digital media providers designed to improve every aspect of their operations, from contracting to invoicing, media management to scheduling, and from trafficking to reconciliation. For more information, please visit: www.myersinfosys.com

Myers contact: Crist Myers
+1-413-585-9820 / sales@myersinfosys.com

Press contact: Desert Moon Communications / Harriet Diener
+1-845-512-8283 / harriet@desertmoon.tv

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