EUDORA, KAN.�WireReady has announced a number of updates to its slate of products, with the new gear offering the ability capture RSS feeds, play both mp2 and mp3 files, send RDS info and remote control automation.
Customers using the WireReady newsroom system with a support plan can now request a free capture app upgrade, which will allow them to connect with news providers who distribute via RSS feeds. The capture engine pulls in the story text and any linked audio files into the system automatically. The complete package comes at a starting price of $995. WireReady is also offering �capture only� packages for $395.
The company has also announced an update to WireReady V12 and up, now allowing them to play mp2 and mp3 files, in addition to WAV files. Customers with current support contracts may download software upgrades on the company�s website.
The RDSReady system is now available as well. The system takes metadata feeds from automation systems, reformats them, merges them, switch between satellite and live automated feeds, and distribute multiple outgoing formats for all devices and service providers. The system can take and send data via file/LAN, TCP/UDP, RS-232/422, and also pass data via URL. The RDSReady is available for $995.
In addition, ControlReady V12 is now available and allows a user to create up to 1,000 alpha numeric-based actions that can be triggered by a phone or other devices.
WireReady is a provider of broadcast technology for traditional, satellite and Internet radio.