Radio Wroclaw has installed the browser-based Content Manager service for both its main channel and its Radio RAM, it has been announced at IBC.
The move to the new David Systems application follows an initial implementation for the launch of Radio Wroclaw Kultura, a digital-only channel, and was made to allow for contextual searching.
According to David Systems, Content Manager provides radio producers with context-sensitive, centralised project oversight and allows them to improve the way that they handle day-to-day workflows including importing, converting and integrating audio files from field reporters for newscasts.
The upgrade is said to ‘significantly reduce the amount of time employees invest in administrative tasks and training, allowing them to instead focus on stories, publishing and other efforts that directly add value to the station’.
Key Content Manager features include: workflows can move between platforms, providing independence from operating systems; new workflows can be developed, integrated and adapted without the need for external help; and projects can be accessed and managed from any location using a web-enabled device. Vincent Benveniste, co-owner and chief executive, David Systems, said: “We pride ourselves on having a forward-looking mindset and we are excited to provide our strategic partner Radio Wroclaw with a service that enables them to be a true radio pioneer.”
Studiotech provided localisation services and completed the installation.