(March 10, 2014) Sydney, Australia - RCS, the world’s largest broadcast software company and Nova Entertainment, Australia’s fastest growing entertainment company have successfully completed the roll out of their new on-air playout, automation and content management system.

RCS’ Zetta digital playout software is now installed in all on-air and production studios and this state of the art, mission critical platform is responsible for all content broadcast across the group.

Nova Entertainment’s Group Program Director, Paul Jackson said, “This is cutting edge technology, allowing all of our brands to surpass the competitors in the market. RCS has worked hand in glove to understand our needs across all our brands and Zetta certainly delivers!”

Zetta plays out all on air programs and distributes music, commercials and all other audio assets around the country to every Nova and smoothfm radio stations, their digital radio brands and the multi-channel Coles Radio from a single point of ingestion.

Philippe Generali, President/CEO of RCS worldwide commented, “Nova Entertainment is energizing the Australian radio market, and RCS is proud to be a part of their success.”

Asia Pacific Vice President, Keith Williams added, “Nova Entertainment recognises the efficiencies and increased productivity gained from Zetta and are now reaping the benefits both on and off the air with our world’s best practice broadcast software.”

As part of the rollout, RCS’ GSelector4 music scheduler was also installed company wide. This integrated solution gives content directors the flexibility to schedule music for any broadcast channel from anywhere across the group. Both Zetta and GSelector4 provides the enterprise solution for network programming.


About RCS

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.