Poland's Largest Radio Group chooses Broadcast Electronics' AudioVAULT FleX

April 21, 2010


Quincy, IL - Broadcast Electronics (BE) announced today that Eurozet, the largest radio group in Poland, is using BE's latest AudioVAULT FleX automation system to synchronize commercials and centralize the management of its diverse network of radio stations.

Eurozet, which is partially owned by Lagardere Active Radio International (LARI), the biggest radio operator in Western and Central Europe, acquired new AudioVAULT FleX workstations and servers earlier this year and began rollout last month with completion expected by the end of summer.

The new workstations and servers add to Eurozet's existing AudioVAULT base to manage local, satellite and centralized programming for its five program networks. Affected are Eurozet's flagship Radio ZET nationwide adult contemporary radio network picked up by 7.5 million listeners daily; its Planeta FM network of independent stations in 14 cities; its Chilli ZET jazz network heard in 13 major cities; its Antyradio heard in three major cities; and its Radio PLUS network of independent stations broadcasting local programming with satellite segments.


Used by Eurozet for local inserts, satellite network splitting and centralized content distribution, AudioVAULT was selected based on its consistency and BE's ongoing product development in emergent technologies, according to Piotr Zbrozinski of Radio Arts, which represents BE products in Poland.

A complete digital media system for creating, managing and airing content in live-assist or automated operation, the AudioVAULT offers scheduling and production modules for multi-track editing, music rotation and ad insertion. BE's newest generation of the platform, its AudioVAULT FleX, offers the latest features and capabilities for today's networked studio operations.



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