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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...
"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
"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 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