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Jutel has partnered with Pipeline Media, Transaxiom and Lawo to design a lighter version of a fully featured radio studio. The company describes Thin Studio as a smaller, less complex and more cost effective radio studio that can be used in an independent single studio or multiple studio environments, says its designers.
The group aimed to create a setup suited for the use cases and workflows of today’s radio studios. Jutel notes that “content production for radio has evolved and modern tools have given access to more automated, more remote, more effective workflows with studio audio quality over the internet.”
The Thin Studio concept uses cloud-based solutions in an AoIP environment. It runs on the Radioman platform, which features 100% browser-based technology and web-native architecture.
The IP phone system by Transaxiom is scalable for station needs and also supports remote broadcast studios. RadioPhone is SIP-based and can be deployed in a variety of virtual, physical or hybrid deployments.
Thin Studio is scalable, designed to start small, with the options to upgrade and enhance as needed. It is tailored to fit the needs of the independent, single studio without compromising the potential to upgrade into a larger environment in the future, says Jutel.
“Thin Studio combines the knowledge of four different companies with decades of experience working in the radio broadcasting and radio automation industry to make your life easier,” commented Jutel. “We are proud to provide one pipeline for the radio studio services with one solution and service desk.”