Pipeline Media, Jutel, Transaxiom, and Lawo have designed a lighter version of a fully featured radio studio into a smaller, less complex, and cost-effective radio studio, which is aimed from independent single studio usage to multiple studio environments.
This concept is designed to utilize and optimize modern use cases and workflows into today’s radio studios. Content production for radio has evolved, and modern tools have given access to more automated, more remote, and more effective workflows with studio audio quality over the internet.
Thin Studio allows customers to take advantage of modern cloud-based solutions and audio over IP quality as well as provide an upgrade pipeline in the future for more feature-rich and automated workflows.
At the enterprise level, radio studio environment automation, audio routing and disaster recovery studios, and redundant hardware architecture require a complex and valuable investment and our design is tailored to fit the needs for independent, single studio usage without compromising an upgraded pipeline into a larger environment in the future.
Customers have full control of the production facilities baseline and the possibility to design optional features on top of it when needed. Pipeline Media, Jutel, Transaxiom, and Lawo can provide a turnkey system; planning, designing, installation, training, and support.
The system’s key benefits include the flexibility and speed of deployment, web-standard user interfaces, and the ability to enable business workflow-based user experiences. In addition, the system features 100% browser-based technology and web-native architecture. This modern, modular web architecture allows the OnAir user interface to operate separately from the Media Node unit, revolutionising the way radio stations control their OnAir playout.
Transaxiom RadioPhone is a modern SIP-based, centralised solution for radio station call management and on-air studio telecommunications. RadioPhone is scalable, from a single radio station studio to multiple network radio stations environment, also supporting remote broadcast studios. RadioPhone has been designed using a web standard architecture that embraces open source technology, making it possible to deploy the system in a variety of public cloud, private cloud, virtual, physical, and hybrid deployments.