Digital JukeBox Preps for 2015 Radio Show

Automation system and monitor-recorder will be on display
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ATLANTA�Ron Paley�s Digital JukeBox is offering a preview of its products at the Toronto Broadcast Showcase before it heads to the 2015 Radio Show. In Atlanta, DJB will showcase its DJB Radio automation system as well as its Web-Stream Logger 8CH Monitor-Recorder.

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The DJB Radio is a radio automation software with features including live, automated and voice tracking radio formats; automated time and temperature announcements; built-in music scheduler and satellite programming scheduler; the ability to play, edit, and record audio files; support of now playing information; ONAIR live call/clip audio editor; and the ability to stretch or compress audio on playback or in the editor. The system supports most windows direct sound driver audio cards and AoIP drivers. It works with Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 and also fully supports Windows 10.

DJB�s multi-channel Web-Stream Logger features serial output to use an external closure device; audio monitoring on individual outputs; mic skimming; 24/7 audio or Web-Stream URL logging; and either web stream or audio source inputs. It can also monitor and issue an alarm if your station�s webstream(s) are not streaming. �The system can record in mono or stereo for MP3, WAV, OCG, FLAC, AAC, MP4 or MP2 files for 15, 30, or 60 minutes. It is available in either one, two four or eight channels.

The 2015 Radio Show will take place from Sept. 30-Oct. 2 in Atlanta. Digital JukeBox can be found at booth 207.