Reaching out to listeners through an increasingly crowded, interconnected, digitized audio space takes more than experience in radio programming. For Joe D’Angelo, Xperi’s senior V.P. of broadcast radio, it requires partnering with those who have expert knowledge of metadata, an
Gagl is a new cloud service that delivers conferenced audio from multiple contributors in high quality. It allows between one and five users to send and receive audio from computers and smartphones. Participants can connect and send audio simply by clicking a link using any standard web browser. Their audio is conferenced (if there’s more than one user) and delivered to a Comrex hardware codec. All participants can hear other participants, and the codec can send audio back to them.
Gagl works with Comrex hardware IP audio codecs, including the AES67-compatible Access NX Rack audio codec, Access MultiRack multi-channel audio codec, and the BRIC-Link series. Comrex will also provide a sneak peek of the next addition to the BRIC-Link codec line at the 2022 NAB Show.
The Comrex booth is C3024 in Central Hall. Attendees can add Comrex to their show planner here.