With IP at the heart of broadcasting’s future, codecs are increasingly the gateways of content assimilation and distribution
In the latest issue of RedTech Magazine, we speak to Brazil’s Grupo RIC boss Leonardo Petrelli to find out how he’s growing the group’s radio network. We also get an inside look at Astro Radio’s colorful new studios in Malaysia. Refurbishing any studio can be daunting, but doing so during a global pandemic adds the extra uncertainties of workforce, movement and materials. Astro Radio’s CTO Bala Murali Subramaney and Jude Isa Dawson, senior manager for Eng & Tech, relive some of their challenges.
With the war in Ukraine showing no signs of ending, Graham Dixon chats with Edita Kudláčová, EBU’s head of radio, about the Union’s support for Ukraine’s broadcasters and staff.
In addition, this issue covers the United Kingdom’s small-scale DAB rollout, Condé Nast’s journey toward podcasting, and more.
As part of our continuing mission to inform and connect the radio and audio industries, we are hosting the first-ever RedTech Summit. It’s a two-day, in-person meeting of specially-invited top radio executives in Paris, June 2–3. It will provide them a platform for exchanging ideas and insights to address their most serious challenges. We’ll provide key takeaways from the event in future issues.
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