Radio Automation Software USA Based

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Radio Automation Software USA Based

Post by axisdj » Fri Nov 27, 2015 12:45 pm

Hello Folks,

Just would like to let you know about a Radio Automation software I have written and use for my own station http://www.pulseEDM.com

It is specifically designed for Internet Radio automation. I am the developer located here in San Antonio, Texas. Would like to get feedback from you guys.

more info at http://www.nextkast.com



Thank you

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Post by Bill DeFelice » Sat Nov 28, 2015 5:47 am

Hi Winston,

I remember the last time I reviewed your site it was back in 2013. What improvements have you made since then?

My go-to low cost automation for LPFM, Part 15, educational stations and webcasting had been Prophet101 and, most often, StationPlaylist (in fact I authored the original Radio World review of StationPlaylist). I'd be interested in re-visiting the feature set and perhaps evaluating it for its learning curve and on-air reliability.
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Post by NECRAT » Sun Nov 29, 2015 11:50 pm

axisdj wrote:Hello Folks,

Just would like to let you know about a Radio Automation software I have written and use for my own station http://www.pulseEDM.com

It is specifically designed for Internet Radio automation. I am the developer located here in San Antonio, Texas. Would like to get feedback from you guys.

more info at http://www.nextkast.com



Thank you
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