Thai public broadcaster MCOT deploys NETIA Technology
MCOT, the state-owned public radio broadcaster in Thailand is now having recourse to new software for its radio automation and playout software suite provided by NETIA.
Headquartered in Bangkok, MCOT operates one international, seven national, one district, and 52 provincial radio stations, as well as two terrestrial free-to-air television channels and two satellite television channels.
The software, supplied by NETIA’s Southeast Asia master dealer, Broadcast Communications International (BCI), will enable MCOT to automate and enhance both the production workflow and playout operations at its national and local radio stations.
Working with BCI, MCOT is installing six stand-alone workstations running NETIA software at its Bangkok facilities and another 18 such systems across 18 regional sites.
It will enable station users to record, edit, or prepare content for broadcast and distribution.