Have you ever imagined being able to have a radio host live on your radio … remotely? Discover the practicality and convenience of a solution that allows you to have a voice talent on the internet broadcasting live on your radio station, even if not physically present in your studio.
A solution that ships with many advantages: it allows you to lower costs, and at the same time to have one or different tipes of radio shows able, for example, to inform about what’s happening at the moment, as well as interacting with your listeners, And if there is interaction a radio program certainly works better and it is more effective.
Today, thanks to the internet, I can broadcast in italian from my studio in Rome directly on your station, regardless of where it is located and furthermore with a minimal delay. Just a common ADSL.
Having a live radio host on your remote radio is very easy. broadcasting is possible in 2 ways.
Broadcast music and voice directly from my studio
That means that I can take care of both the broadcasting of the music (respecting the playlist of your station) and the hosting of the show without the need to have an sound engineer in your studio; you don’t even have to worry about programming a playlist on your radio software. In this case, the only contents that will run directly from your automation software will be the commercials and the news feeds, always broadcast according to the needs of your schedule. With this solution you have the advantage of not having to take care of practically anything and the guarantee of a musical schedule that perfectly respects the entry, exit and the mix points of songs, besides having a host that adapts to every type of people, giving special attention to what happens in your territory.
Alternatively, I can send only my voice, letting your automation software take care of the music and all the other necessary elements. In this case as well, no need for any sound engineer, as I can control your automation software thanks to remote connection software such as Team Viewer or remote Windows desktop.
The connection is established using software that can guarantee latencies around 500 milliseconds, which means that the time required for the signal to get from my studio to your mixer is about half a second. This is possible thanks to the use of Opus codec (evolution of the AAC codec), which among other things guarantees surprising results even at relatively low bit rates. This codec is already implemented in many specific broadcasting services (such as IPDTL, a platform that requires no investment on behalf of the radio that chooses to adopt this solution.
Contact me for information and to do some tests together, I can guarantee that the quality will amaze you!