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Maghreb Arabe Press selects AETA for latest news service

Maghreb Arabe Press selects AETA for latest news service

Maghreb Arabe Press selects AETA for latest news service

Morocco:

The newly launched Radio de l’Information Marocaine (RIM) radio service run by Maghreb Arabe Press (MAP) in Morocco is being supported by technology from AETA Audio Systems. In order to offer RIM listeners a constant flow of up-to-the-minute information, MAP searched for a reliable system that could record and deliver livestream audio programmes in broadcast quality. After issuing a tender in November, the organisation selected AETA equipment because of its ability to deliver RTC, ISDN, ADSL and 3G/4G connectivity at a competitive price. Casablanca-based systems integrator PHF COM Morocco managed the sale and is providing staff training to RIM.

PHF’s managing director, Younes Yamouni, explained that the station was searching for an easy-to-use mobile solution for its roving reporters, and AETA was the obvious choice. In January, PHF delivered two AETA Scoopy+ S codecs and one Scoop5 S codec in addition to five D021B LEM mics for coverage of remote events.

AETA’s general manager, Yann Vonarburg, added that both Scoopy+ S and Scoop5 S codecs offer trustworthiness in the field in terms of connections and also regarding staff safety. “Our entire Scoop range of audio and IP codecs are adaptable to fit broadcasters’ various needs,” he said. “Thanks to a simple and intuitive interface, reporters can focus on their broadcast without having to fuss over configuring the unit.”

The manufacturer recently introduced dual mobile connectivity for the Scoopy+ S codec and also enhanced the unit’s double streaming capabilities and bonding functionalities. These features give presenters mobility and audio reliability, making remote production easier in terms of logistics and streamlining the tech crew’s task of preparing the system for its presenters.



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