Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – RØDE introduces new podcast app accommodating multiple guests

RØDE has introduced RØDE Connect, an app that allows up to four NT-USB Minis to connect to a single computer. It features a recording interface inspired by the RØDECaster Pro, complete with broadcast-style faders, one-click recording, level metering, mute buttons, output control, and optimisation and export options for uploading to podcasting platforms. There are also two ‘Virtual’ channels for connecting remote callers via apps like Zoom and Google Hangouts, and for adding music beds, stings and sound effects, pre-recorded interviews or other audio from external sources. The app is available for free download, here

Ross has launched Living Live – an online community platform for the live production industry where production professionals can come together to share their experiences, solve problems, find answers to questions and discuss best practices. “Our industry is incredibly diverse and includes professionals working in lots of different areas,” said Ross Executive Vice President and CMO Jeff Moore. “Everyone faces subtly different creative, business and technology challenges in their daily work, and the Living Live community platform will act as a very valuable industry resource, where like-minded experts can come together to share ideas and thoughts.”

Nielsen Holdings has launched Nielsen Market Lift, a cloud-based campaign measurement tool to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of marketing campaigns on both a large national scale as well as on small scale test and learn advertisements. The tool brings together Nielsen analytics, powered by automated and scalable cloud based modeling, to deliver results across markets, categories, media types and channels. Nielsen Market Lift will be available in 37 markets around the world, including Canada, the UK and U.S.

Stingray has selected Triton Digital’s Omny Studio platform to support its podcast strategy. Through the partnership, Stingray Radio will use the Omny Studio platform to create, publish, and promote its podcast portfolio to audiences across a wide range of devices and platforms, including smart speakers, social media networks, and smartphones.

Dejero has received ISO 9001:2015 certification in recognition of its quality management system. The scope includes the design, development, realization, information assurance, and support of the Waterloo-based broadcast connectivity solutions provider’s products and services. ISO 9001:2015 is a globally-recognized quality management standard developed and published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the commitment of top management, an outlined process-based approach, and continual improvement.