The World's Largest Broadcast Software Company
Advanced digital radio automationRCS introduces the most advanced digital radio automation system, Zetta ®. Being the world's largest broadcast radio software company for more than 30 years, has given RCS an advantage. Learn more...
Powerful multi-station schedulingGSelector is the world's most powerful multi-station scheduling system. With a single point of entry, flexible configuration and the most up-to-date technology, GSelector is the newest way to create great schedules. Learn more...
Innovative traffic solutionAquira is a powerful and highly flexible Traffic system designed for local and national sized radio businesses. With its modern user interface Aquira provides real time access to sales and inventory data, and a vast range of scheduling, billing, and reporting options. Learn more...
Comprehensive newsroom solutionRCS News ™ is a state-of-the-art radio newsroom system, providing solutions for your entire news operation from newscast gathering, writing and editing to actual on-air broadcast and story archiving. Learn more...
"College students train at Southeastern Louisiana University, so it is important that the programs we use are easy to learn. RCS' Master Control has been one of the simplest for our jocks to pick up. It's intuitive, powerful and reliable."
- Todd Delaney, KSLU-FM Hammond, LA
"We love it. NexGen is much better than the system we used before, it is very user friendly."
- Chris Bryant, Joshua Broadcasting Network
"Not only is Selector the godmother of music scheduling systems, the customer service department is the best I've ever dealt with, period. "
- Rich Robbin, Citadel, Nashville, TN
"I wrote an email to RCS and I was impressed with the promptness of the reply and the amount of help I was offered. It sure makes my job easier. Selector is awesome, even better than a never ending submarine sandwich."
- Mark Bubb, PD, Platteville, WI
"The system speaks for itself. We have not had to call support for several months, and when we do call it's a question of how to do a certain thing, not a problem we are having. We leave the station at 4pm and sometimes don't come in until 9 the next morning and NexGen is running without a glitch."
- Chad Whiteacker, Freedom Broadcast Incorporated