Clear skies for cloud-based radio10 September 2016
The Selector Cloud provides broadcasters with options for more efficient ways to schedule music quickly, keep data secure for more than one station and eradicate the need to buy beefy machines at the radio station, according to RCS.
No software needs to be installed on local machines.RCS added that one of the advantages of being in the cloud becomes evident when software updates occur. The improvements happen on the server side, thus eliminating the need for local staff to concern themselves with that activity.
The Selector Cloud plan also eliminates the tasks of buying and maintaining servers. In addition, RCS’s Selector2GO and GSelector products can communicate with each other through
Users can work on multiple stations from one location, while subscribers will be able to create a new station and pull off format changes without ever entering the local radio station.