Studer and DAVID Systems Gmbh Join Forces to Provide Unprecedented Workflow and Quality for Radio Broadcast Applications

September 07, 2012

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands — At IBC 2012, HARMAN’s Studer is announcing that DAVID Systems GmbH now supports Studer’s Monitora protocol, a feature of Studer’s OnAir consoles. DAVID Systems is also now able to provide BCS (Broadcast Server), its renowned radio playout automation technology, including Turbo Player (the playout engine of BCS), for Studer OnAir consoles.


Tailored to meet customers’ requirements for different levels of workflows, the combination of Studer consoles and DAVID’s playout offers an attractive combination of leading products for the radio broadcast market. With DAVID’s “BCS News”, simple playout is much easier and more streamlined, supporting OnAir 1500 consoles for a radio-specific solution and OnAir 3000 consoles for live broadcasts.


“As DAVID is one of the leading companies for radio automation and radio production systems for public broadcasters in Europe, Studer’s collaboration with DAVID marks a significant leap forward in the ability to better serve our clients in the broadcast market,” said Andy Trott, Vice President and General Manager, HARMAN Mixing, Microphones and Headphones. “Studer’s Monitora protocol now enables a more seamless integration of our renowned OnAir mixing consoles with DAVID’s leading radio automation technology.”


“The scalable and flexible combination of Studer OnAir consoles and DAVID Systems’ workflow solutions make the setup and operation of a broadcast system easier and more efficient than ever before,” said Sebastian Purschke, Product Marketing Manager, DAVID Systems.


In addition to the setup at the Studer stand, DAVID Systems will be demonstrating its BCS system with a Studer OnAir 1500 mixing console at IBC, Hall 7, Stand F20. 

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