NETIA Highlighting New Media-Logging Feature at 2016 NAB Show

Media Assist software suite gets update
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CLARET, France�After premiering in the late spring/summer of 2015, Netia will offer a new update to its Media Assist software suite at the upcoming 2016 NAB Show. The software provider will also have its AirPlayList 2.0 module for the Media Assist software suite available for demonstration.

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The Media Assist software suite combines Netia�s audio automation and video management products with an optimized search engine for a multimedia asset management system that enables users to capture, record, monitor, index and search audio or video assets. Netia has added a new feature to the Media Assist system that will be displayed at the show, an on-demand media logging tool. The new feature is for users who need to simultaneously capture and review numerous audio and video feeds, allowing for real-time recording and monitoring locally through the platform or from anywhere via the software�s web-based interface.

Netia will also have its AirPlayList 2.0 module on hand. Fully integrated into the Media Assist suite, the system can automate playout of multiple radio channels simultaneously. It was previously shown at IBC 2015.

The 2016 NAB Show is set to take place from April 16-21 in Las Vegas. Attendees can find the Netia at booth N3434.


NETIA Products at the 2016 NAB Show

At the 2016 NAB Show, NETIA will showcase the full NETIA Media Assist digital audio software suite, which includes radio automation (production, newsroom, scheduling, and playout modules), media asset management, and workflow management solutions. The company will highlight new product features that enhance the flexibility and reliability of multichannel FM radio and Web radio playout and new capabilities that enrich multimedia production, as well as mobile and remote production workflows. The company also will demonstrate its ability to integrate complex production ecosystems and simplify the publishing of content and data to the second screen.