ENCO will be showcasting DAD radio automation system at NAB

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ENCO will unveil the iNews MOS Interface

ENCO will be exhibiting its DAD radio automation system at the NAB Show. DAD enhancements strengthen integration between production and newsroom operations, and diversify options for dissemination of Program Associated Data (PAD).


ENCO will unveil the iNews MOS Interface, which will allow DAD systems to play out assets from the Avid iNews newsroom computer system. By adding support for the Media Object Server (MOS)-based protocol used by newsroom computer systems, DAD users can now manage—add, move, and modify—audio embedded in iNews stories. Changes are automatically synchronized with playlists to keep everything up to date.


ENCO has also added MetaPub metadata management to its PADapult program, which integrates with DAD and allows operators to send real-time texts to primary and secondary HD Radio channels, RDS encoders, web streamers or other locations that accept data.


With the new built-in MetaPub functionality, PADapult can now get rich metadata from ContentDepot’s MetaPub, which a majority of PRSS programs use for metadata distribution, including Classical 24, BBC World Service, Morning Edition, and many more. PADapult users can then provide that metadata to listeners for any live PRSS program. PADapault can also be used in automatic or manual mode to get data from a broadcaster’s automation system.


“We’re always looking for new ways to leverage technology breakthroughs to gain efficiencies for radio broadcasters,” said Ken Frommert, general manager of ENCO. “As a pioneer in virtualization and IP-based radio production and distribution, ENCO strives to stay at the forefront of broadcast automation.”

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