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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...
"I have never used a system that simple from the Programming side, Production side, On Air side...after seeing Zetta, I am speechless."
- Lauren Boulet,Ministre Du Son,CHOI 98.1 & X100.9
"The hotkeys having the ability to expand or shrink has made producing breakfast and drive so much faster, plus with the addition of colours EVERYTHING is easily located."
- Rob Wills, Programme Manager, KMFM)
"Airwaves is a great Traffic Product and the RCS team in Christchurch are very responsive"
- Simone Schofield Head of Traffic The Radio Network
"We took on Aquira as a beta client and have been impressed by the user-friendliness of the programme. It has a number of functions that make it easy to learn, with great reporting facilities and the ability to roll out schedules to multiple stations easily."
- Debbie Baker, GM-Beach FM
"We were immensely impressed with the redundancies in NexGen Digital. The system just kept running and listeners had no clue our old servers were being replaced."
- Stacey Brann, Engineer, Blueberry Broadcasting