White Plains, NY (April 18, 2011) -
Zetta created and developed by RCS has won the radio broadcast industry's most prestigious technology honor, the Radio World "Cool Stuff" Award, given by a panel of expert engineering judges at the 2011 NAB Show in Las Vegas.
Radio World's "Cool Stuff" Award-winning products, announced by U.S. Editor in Chief Paul J. McLane, are selected each year by a panel of radio broadcast engineers as notable for their design, features, cost efficiency and performance in serving radio broadcast users. The winners will be featured in Radio World, which is read by thousands of broadcast professionals in the United States, around the world and online.
Only a small number of products were chosen for the Radio World "Cool Stuff" Awards from the thousands of new products on display at the convention.
RCS President/CEO, Philippe Generali, commented: "We are quite grateful and very proud that once again one of our products or services has won the Radio World "Cool Stuff" Award. We work hard on our software programs with the idea of satisfying the needs of those key managers at radio stations. Winning this award is, as they say, icing on the cake. Zetta is our newest automation system and the first to be based on the best parts of both NexGen Digital and Master Control. We see this automation system being the standard in the industry for decades to come."
Radio World (www.radioworld.com) is the definitive information resource for radio managers and engineers, covering technology, industry news, management techniques, applications-oriented engineering, production articles and new product information. Radio World is published by NewBay Media LLC, the world's leading publisher of pro broadcast, audio and video publications.
RCS software is used by more than 14,500 radio stations, TV music channels, cable companies, satellite music networks and Internet stations worldwide. RCS is the world's largest broadcast software company. The company also provides broadcasters and webcasters tools and expertise and also develops real-time audio recognition technology.