New Product Pairing on Display at IBC 2007 Results in Powerful, Cost-Effective, and Easy-to-Use Interface for Compiling and Delivering Program Packages.
CLARET, France - Aug. 30, 2007 - At IBC2007, NETIA will be showcasing the integration of its Hypercast Warehouse Web, an integral part of the company's Manreo TM content management system, with the Pleyo platform for broadcasting audio and video content via mobile phones, personal media players, set-top-boxes, TV decoders, and PVRs, among others. Together, the Pleyo and NETIA systems allow broadcasters to select programs and content types based on set criteria and then create program schedules for new revenue-generating services delivered over a variety of distribution channels..
" Broadcasters and other content owners today are aware that to maximize the potential of new distribution channels, they must first implement an efficient and cost-effective means of preparing content for those channels," said Pierre Keiflin, NETIA vice president. " When combined with the Pleyo platform, the newest release of our Warehouse Web system allows users to compile and deliver programming quickly through intuitive interfaces. The power and simplicity of this integrated solution offers the functionality and ease of use necessary for profitable repurposing and distribution of media assets."
Hypercast Warehouse Web Version 2.0 from NETIA is an audio and video broadcast and display platform that opens up new services and revenue opportunities for Manreo TM users. The full-featured software solution provides companies with a system for centralizing, sharing, and viewing audio, image, and video archives, and broadcasting them across multiple distribution channels. The integration of the Pleyo solution with Manreo TM's Warehouse Web simplifies the creation and delivery of program packages for delivery via the rapidly growing range of viewing platforms and devices.
Because Warehouse Web 2.0 is built on the REST (Representational State Transfer) architecture and includes XML Web Services, it can offer users a choice of four easy-to-use interfaces. The software's Catalog Interface provides a global view of all files and metadata while enabling powerful searches; the Terminology Interface manages the Thesaurus and allows users to add, delete, and modify words and interaction between words; the Media Interface manages the storage of both audio and video files; and the Monitoring Interface lets users track file conversion and publishing to various platforms.
The demonstration of Pleyo and Hypercast Warehouse Web at IBC2007 booth 8.241 will rely on AJAX, XHTML, and other Web services technologies to provide a solution compatible with a broad range of end devices.
More information about NETIA and its products is available at www.netia.com.
Pleyo is a Web-enabler for consumer electronic devices and a software editor specialized for Web technology for mobile phones, PMPs, STBs, wireless devices, etc. Pleyo offers a range of bundled solutions that allow CEM (Consumer Electronic Manufacturers) and operators to deliver content and services on consumer electronic devices.
For M6, delivery of content from physical media to different platforms requires specific transcoding capability, as content is first encoded into MPEG-2 format and then to other, more compressed formats for different devices. The process was manually intensive and required extensive technical expertise.
To simplify and automate media handling and delivery to viewers through the M6 Web Internet and mobile sites, the company turned to NETIA's Manreo TM Hypercast media asset management and encoding software. M6 has used NETIA's news transcription and streaming solution in other applications and, after extensive consultation by both editorial and technical teams, chose to work with the French company's software solutions once again. M6 officially took NETIA Hypercast Warehouse live at the beginning of March.
Using Hypercast Warehouse, M6 staff can centralize, share, and view audio, image, and video archives and broadcast those assets across multiple distribution channels, such as Web portals, mobile devices, ADSL, etc. The software references all types of objects, files, and physical media (audio, video, and still images); identifies all copies of a given video or image, whatever the version, format, or location; manages transfer to storage; and automatically converts source files into various formats for viewing and distribution.
M6 has integrated the Hypercast solution into its operations to allow any editorial staff to manage transcoding. Staff use the software along with M6 web's content management system to gain a view of content and then mix still and video content within a template. The content is created in Hypercast Warehouse, previewed through the JCMS template, and then posted to the Web site directory.
" NETIA's Hypercast allows our editorial team to update the Web site and mobile site through simple interfaces with minimal intervention," says Stéphane Agneray, Video Manager at M6web. " As a result, we've already seen improvements in efficiency and quality."
Repurposing content for the Internet and mobile services is made easy through profiles that define the appropriate transcoding for any platform. Hypercast automates the publishing of stored media or files and defines broadcast targets and publication rules. Integrated templates ensure that published media is fully compliant with M6's graphic guidelines.
Before bringing the Hypercast software online, staff members at M6 web were required to transcode material multiple times for multiple formats and platforms. Now just one template can be used to launch this process automatically, with tremendous productivity benefits as a result. Because the publishing of media is now a more highly automated process, it also is a more standardized process, with specifications set and adhered to for all outputs. Thus, the quality of Internet and mobile media also has been enhanced through this new workflow.
" Our main purpose was to find a way to cope with the growth of our services and ensure better updating of different sites and services," adds Stéphane Agneray. " Now we can ingest from different physical media or directly from the output of post-production. We've been able to increase our processing capacity, as well as the quality of video, and we're now equipped to handle further growth and an even larger volume of media." Most of the M6 web content moving through Hypercast is transcoded to Windows Media format for video-on-demand over the Internet and as a basic format delivered to M6 mobile partners for further transcoding. M6 web also uses NETIA's Hypercast to provide MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 content for its Internet IPTV platform.
While this solution has made a significant impact on the workflow at M6 web, the training period for the NETIA Hypercast-based system took just a couple of hours. M6 web continues to refine its use of its new NETIA software, but the broadcaster already has met its original goals in deploying the system.
M6, part of the RTL Group, is among France's most popular channels and has substantial interests in nine theme channels, as well as various media-related business, ranging from publishing, music delivery, and mobile services to rights acquisition and film distribution. Like other leaders in the media industry, M6 is moving an increasing amount of video and audio to viewers through its online presence and mobile service, M6.fr and M6 Mobile by Orange.
CLARET, France - Aug. 28, 2007 - NETIA today announced that its Radio-Assist TM 7.5 range of digital audio software programs now supports both 5.1 and 7.1 multichannel audio from acquisition through to broadcast. With this latest enhancement to Radio-Assist TM, users can record an input containing up to 5+1 or 7+1 channels, edit that content using NETIA's Snippet tool, and broadcast finished media through the Air-Cartstack application included in Radio-Assist TM 7.5.
" We incorporated 5.1 and 7.1 audio support into Radio-Assist to enable radio broadcasters to increase the quality of their audio product while maintaining the efficient, streamlined workflow made possible through our digital audio software suite," said Pierre Keiflin, Vice President, NETIA vice president. " As the radio broadcasting industry continues to evolve, new and existing NETIA customers can count on Radio-Assist to support and simplify operations from start to finish."
Radio-Assist TM 7.5 allows production staff to record, edit, or prepare playlists while working within a single application. The software suite features tools for acquisition, sound-file editing, commercial and music production, newsroom systems, scheduling, multicasting, administration, and more, and it adapts readily to the requirements of individual radio facilities or radio groups, integrating rapidly into existing environments.
In addition to multichannel audio support, a number of newly incorporated features enrich flexible handling of media within production and playout processes. These features include integration of NETIA's U-Share network management system, which automates the exchange of content over to the latest transmission platforms to simplify the distribution of audio content from one site to multiple destinations. A new Feed-In IP mode supports daily scheduling of automatic recordings of external programs, and custom Axia IP-Audio networking components are available bundled with the NETIA software to enable delivery of studio-grade audio directly from an audio workstation running Windows® to an Axia audio network.
More information about NETIA and its products is available at www.netia.com.
CLARET, France -Oct. 3, 2007 - NETIA today announced that New York City's WQXR-FM, the classical music radio station of the New York Times and the nation's first commercial classical music radio station, is implementing an integrated solution comprising NETIA's Radio-Assist TM 7.5 range of digital audio software programs and Isilon® Systems- Isilon IQ clustered storage system to enable secure, highly automated production and broadcast operations. As the first step in a major studio overhaul, the NETIA and Isilon Systems installation initially will enable conversion of WQXR-FM's CD library to a hard-disk system and eventually provide a complete and highly efficient production environment capable of creating additional content for a variety of distribution platforms.
" As we upgrade our facilities, one of our primary objectives is to enable the creation of more programming for additional plaforms," said Harold F. Chambers III, director of operations and production at WQXR-FM. " NETIA's Radio-Assist provides the comprehensive production environment and database management tools we require for streamlined production, while Isilon's storage systems offer the density and reliability we need for storage of audio content from thousands of CDs."
The integrated solution being deployed at WQXR-FM features Radio-Assist TM's DBShare database management module, which ensures the consistency of media stored within the Isilon IQ clustered storage system. By performing systematic and synchronous redundancy checks of all the metadata produced by the system, DBShare ensures the stability of database contents. All databases are automatically synchronized and thus provide automatic, transparent redundancy, as well as automatic database restoration, in the event of any incident.
Added protection of the radio broadcaster's media assets will be provided by the storage system software, which preserves file integrity and accessibility. The Isilon IQ solution offers a range of data security software including SnapshotIQ, which enables instant global snapshots of the server system; SyncIQ, which allows for synchronization and replication processes; and SmartConnect Advanced, which allows users to optimize the number of client connections based on Network File System (NFS) and Common Internet File System (CIFS) protocols. In conjunction with Radio-Assist TM, and the DBShare module in particular, Isilon IQ delivers high storage capacity with simple management tools and a high level of data security.
WQXR-FM will install a routing system along with its NETIA and Isilon Systems software and hardware to allow for a complete shift of production tasks to Radio-Assist TM. Among the benefits of the system will be online users' ability to access now-playing information in real time, which is particularly valuable in identifying classical pieces and recordings for listeners.
" Flexibility and security are critical to successful management of media content, and we've worked closely with our partner here, Isilon Systems to ensure our integrated solution delivers both in meeting WQXR-FM's media-storage needs," said Mustapha Rezzoug, product manager, Radio, at NETIA. " Together, our technologies serve as an end-to-end station management solution equipped with unique data protection tools and optimized access to stored media."
More information about NETIA and its products is available at www.netia.com.
Founded in 1936, 96.3 WQXR-FM was the nation's first commercial classical music radio station, and since 1944 it has been owned and operated by The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT). The most listened-to classical station in the United States, with nearly a million listeners tuning in each week, WQXR also features regular news, analysis and commentary from correspondents of The New York Times. WQXR is available online at www.wqxr.com and through Radio@AOL. More information about the station and its programming are available at www.wqxr.com.
CLARET, France - Dec 10., 2007 - NETIA today announced that its Radio-Assist TM suite of digital audio software products is being used by public radio broadcaster Croatian Radiotelevision (Hrvatska Radiotelevizija, or HRT) to streamline acquisition, editing, scheduling, broadcasting, and archiving within a highly efficient workflow.
Today HRT works with more than 100 production workstations in approximately 20 different departments at its main facility in Zagreb, Croatia. Radio-Assist is also installed at HRT regional sites across the country in cities such as Zadar, Split, and Dubrovnik.
" Among the main reasons we chose to work with the NETIA solution is that it gives our staff the ability to record, edit, or prepare playlists from within a single application," said Marko Malnar, head of HRT's technical department. " Radio-Assist gives our journalists direct control over their work. Rather than negotiate with a technician to try to achieve the right result, our reporters, editors, and producers now use NETIA software to record and edit material. With this capacity has come greater creativity in how our staff members approach the creation of their shows, and we have seen the positive results of this change in our on-air broadcasts."
HRT first installed NETIA systems in 1998, beginning with the deployment of a NETIA automation system consisting of two production workstations and four on-air workstations. In subsequent years, the broadcaster adopted additional NETIA systems and connected each regional site with the Zagreb facility using dedicated 2-Mbps, 10-Mbps, and 34-Mbps links to enable fast and automated content exchange.
Content for HRT production is acquired both manually and automatically from several different feeds. During the editing process, Sequoia multitrack recording and editing software is interfaced with Radio-Assist TM to enable music production and mastering. In playout, the Radio-Assist TM scheduling module supports scheduling of the full daily playlist for eight different HRT studios. NETIA's AirDDO Live-Assist mode facilitates playout during the day and a fully automatic mode takes over playout during nighttime hours. The On-Air workstation is set up in a master/slave configuration to prevent any crash on the main workstation from interrupting the on-air broadcast.
Radio-Assist TM is being paired with a NOA Audio Systems workstation to enable digitizing and ingest of HRT content for archiving within an EMC2 storage system. When fully integrated with the NOA Audio Systems database, Radio-Assist TM will manage delivery of media to different areas of the facility workflow in the correct format: high-resolution for archiving, middle-resolution for the production domain, and low-resolution for browsing the media library. This phase of HRT's expansion is scheduled to be finalized in Summer 2008, at which point NETIA's media management and Autofill solutions will manage the traffic among these domains and enable further automation of channel playout. With certification and support from NETIA, technicians at HRT are prepared to run diagnostics and maintain the system as necessary.
Hrvatska radiotelevizija ( HRT) is the Croatian public broadcasting company, which was launched as the private station Zagreb Radiostation in 1926. Since then the company has been nationalized, representing the first public broadcasting facility in Southeastern Europe, and has grown to include several radio and television stations. HRT comprises three organizational units: Croatian Radio (Hrvatski radio - HR), Croatian Television (Hrvatska televizija - HRT), and Music Production (Glazbena proizvodnja). The broadcaster is online at www.hrt.hr.
CLARET, France - October 16, 2007 - NETIA today announced WNEM 1250 AM, owned by the Meredith Corporation and serving Michigan's Bridgeport, Saginaw, and Bay City areas, has adopted an integrated radio broadcast solution comprising NETIA's Radio-Assist TM range of digital audio software products and WideOrbit's WO Traffic for Radio software. The integration of NETIA and WideOrbit technologies streamlines the sharing of traffic information and simplifies the planning and placement of ads within daily playlists at the station.
" WNEM-AM1250 was the first Meredith Corporate station to launch a radio platform. NETIA presented us with an unprecedented opportunity to partner with a company that is on the cutting edge of technology. NETIA allows us the flexibility to streamline our station to run with minimal staff at maximum capacity," says Marjorie Carmien, WNEM-TV/AM1250 Traffic Manager.
Radio-Assist TM 7.5 covers the entire operation of a radio broadcaster, allowing production staff to record, edit, or prepare playlists while working within a single application. Radio-Assist TM features tools for acquisition, sound-file editing, commercial and music production, newsroom systems, scheduling, multicasting, administration, and more. The integration of Radio-Assist TM and WO Traffic for Radio gives users seamless access to traffic logs from within Radio-Assist TM's planning tools.
" Integration of WO Traffic for Radio with NETIA's Radio-Assist at WNEM illustrates the benefits our software can provide throughout station operations when paired with a robust suite of digital audio production and playout tools," said WideOrbit Founder and CEO Eric Mathewson.
WideOrbit's WO Traffic, the core software system upon which WO Traffic for Radio is built, is a scalable Windows®-based solution that provides a complete workflow in the management of advertising infrastructure from the acceptance of an advertising order to the receipt of an invoice. WO Traffic provides centralized management of traffic and reporting from one location for multi-station groups, and also tracks market history and conditions to help clients make the most appropriate pricing decisions. NETIA's Radio-AssistTM software uses information from WO Traffic to place ads in the correct slots for playout. Once these commercials have aired, Radio-AssistTM sends as-run logs back to the WideOrbit software, allowing it to move forward with the invoicing process.
" The smooth interoperability of Radio-Assist and WideOrbit's very popular traffic solution ties end-to-end operations together for more efficient and accurate planning, playout, and invoicing, which in turn secure the station's revenue stream," said Xavier De Vynck, NETIA vice president of business development. " The successful implementation of this solution at WNEM 1250 AM demonstrates that the sum of our NETIA and WideOrbit solutions offers smart, streamlined functionality within a complete broadcast workflow."
Radio-Assist TM features a design that adapts readily to the requirements of individual radio facilities or radio groups. The software suite integrates rapidly into existing environments and, equipped with new features that enrich flexible handling of media within production and playout processes, serves as a one-stop solution for radio broadcast organizations.
More information about NETIA and its products is available at www.netia.com.
WNEM 1250 AM, a Meredith Corporation-owned news station, serves Michigan's Bridgeport, Saginaw, and Bay City area. WNEM's primary programming includes repeats and simulcasts of WNEM TV5 newscasts, as well as syndicated regional sports and additional programming. More information about the broadcaster is available at www.wnem.com.
WideOrbit is the largest TV Traffic, Sales and Billing software in North America and is growing rapidly in Radio globally. WideOrbit manages the advertising sales process for television stations, radio stations, cable networks, cable interconnects, mobile video, movie theatres and digital display networks. WideOrbit's solutions help maximize revenue and enhance operational efficiencies. The company's core WO Traffic software is a scalable, modern, Windows-based solution that provides a complete workflow in the management of advertising infrastructure from the acceptance of an advertising order to the receipt of an invoice. WO Traffic provides centralized management of traffic and reporting from one location for multi-station groups, and tracks market history and conditions to help clients make the most appropriate pricing decisions. WO Traffic also offers revolutionary, patent pending, inventory and yield management tools. WideOrbit's client list includes: Hearst-Argyle Television, Gannett, The New York Times, NBC, Telemundo, Meredith Corporation, Madison Square Garden, Transit TV, Scripps Television Group, and Qualcomm/MediaFlo. WideOrbit was founded in 1999 and has offices in San Francisco, Seattle, Denver and London, England.
IBC 2007 : 7 - 11 September Amsterdam The RAI Congress Centre - stand 8.241
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NETIA is a leading provider of software solutions for managing and broadcasting television and radio content. The company's four product ranges Radio-Assist TM (audio), Manreo TM (video), OpenNet TM (audio and video), and Media Logging TM(audio and video) allow content holders to manage all of their processes--from capture to multichannel broadcasting--over terrestrial channels, the Internet, mobile devices, and other channels. Netia's products are used worldwide in over 40 countries by over 200 prestigious customers, including RFI, Radio France, BBC, British Sky Broadcasting, ABC, TF1, Canal+, France Télévisions Interactive, e-TF1, LCI / Orange, RAI, Radio Vaticana, HRT, SRTC, RTM, VOV, MOI South Africa, Mediacorp, RTBF, Lifetime TV, SBS, RTL, FR3, and many others. NETIA has its headquarters in the south of France, with offices in New York City, Paris, and Rome.
Convergence is critical to making content available for distribution through a variety of channels, and NETIA will be exhibiting its line of products focused on this theme to the European market attending IBC2007. NETIA has enhanced its Radio-Assist TM 7.5 range of digital audio software programs and Manreo TM asset management software range with added functionality to enable broadcasters to converge their workflows in a comprehensive software suite.
NETIA has integrated its U-Share network management system into Radio-Assist TM 7.5 to simplify the distribution of audio content from one site to multiple destination sites. U-Share automates the exchange of content over the latest transmission platforms - IP transport or DVB video transport - for easy management of content distribution to the right place, at the right time.
Other content exchanges can be organized according to priority with flexible options for setting and modifying transmission schedules. U-Share optimizes the exchange of video and audio content through autonomous and automatic management of its transport network. For each transfer request in a given time slot, U-Share offers the best solution for the current network congestion, thus considerably reducing transfer costs.
Radio-Assist TM 7.5 is now available bundled with customized Axia IP-Audio networking components that allow any audio workstation PC running Windows® to send studio-grade audio directly to an Axia audio network from its network interface card - completely bypassing the need for PC sound cards. NETIA's partnership with Axia Audio opens up an entirely new world of control for radio broadcasters. The audio networking capabilities of the entire Axia product line, combined with NETIA's ability to provide complete management of users' workflow processes - from capture to multichannel broadcasting - over a variety of devices, provides a truly scalable, end-to-end solution for radio broadcasters.
NETIA's Feed-In is used for day-to-day scheduling of all automatic recordings of external programs. At IBC 2007, NETIA will introduce its new IP version of the software solution which allows Radio-Assist TM users to record continuous RTP inputs or scheduled programs without the need for a sound card. Feed-in IP mode offers eight (8) inputs which can be simultaneously recorded per computer. The Radio-Assist TM 7.5 range of digital audio software programs covers each part of the production and broadcast workflow, allowing users to record, edit, or prepare a playlist. Radio-Assist features tools for acquisition, sound-file editing, commercial and music production, newsroom systems, scheduling, multicasting, administration, and more. With its modular structure, it can adapt to the different requirements of radio facilities and integrate rapidly into an existing environment. Equipped with new features that further enrich production and playout processes, Radio-Assist 7.5 offers a one-stop solution that enables even more flexible handling of media.
Also being highlighted at IBC2007 is NETIA's Manreo TM software range, designed to maximize productivity gains in media asset management and use of rich media.
At this year's IBC, NETIA is unveiling its Warehouse Web Version 2.0 audio and video broadcast and display platform that can provide new services and revenue opportunities for Manreo TM users. This full-featured software solution provides companies with a system for centralizing, sharing, and viewing audio, image, and video archives, and broadcasting them across multiple distribution channels (Web portals, mobile devices, ADSL, etc.). Because Warehouse Web 2.0 has been developed using the REST (Representational State Transfer) architecture and includes Xml Web Services, it now offers up to four easy-to use interfaces, making it more ergonomic and powerful to use.
Warehouse Web's Catalog Interface offers Manreo TM users a global view on all files and metadata, along with more powerful searches. The Terminology Interface manages the Thesaurus and allows users to add, delete, and modify words and interaction between words. The Media Interface manages the storage of both audio and video files. Using this interface, users can view various files and file format support. Finally, Warehouse Web's Monitoring Interface lets the user track file conversion and publishing workflows to various platforms.
The new video recorder module within the Manreo suite is used to acquire and digitize videos from tape. With functionality including start, stop, forward, rewind, etc., Manreo TM Video Recorder controls the VTR and launches the acquisition and digitization (MPEG-2 with MainConcept) process. For TV stations and other media companies with large stores of tape-based archives, Manreo TM Video Recorder enables migration to lossless and more secure digital storage. The migration of media libraries to digital is critical to preserving media, but it also can be a very demanding process. This latest addition to the Manreo product line uses the RS-232 and RS-422 protocol to control external VTRs and allows users to connect a jog/shuttle control via USB port for easy navigation. The operator can watch video as the media is being digitized, plus in and out points can be marked to create a clip or even a new video, produced automatically from a series of marked segments.
NETIA will also be highlighting its Media Logging TM range at IBC. This range of solutions meets the increased worldwide demand for radio and TV monitoring systems by carrying out the capture, indexing, transcoding, and distribution of audio and video content. Broadcasters, telecom and mobile phone operators, and Internet companies use Media Logging TM for continuous capture of video and audio files, 24 hours a day. Each file is examined individually, segmented, and completed with the necessary associated metadata - in an automatic or semi-automatic mode - through the use of sophisticated new speech-to-text and image recognition techniques.
CLARET, France June 14, 2007 - NETIA today announced that its Radio-Assist TM suite of digital audio software products is being installed by Radio Mosaïque at its new headquarters in Tunis to help optimize workflow, increase production and storage capacity, and ensure the reliability of the station's technical infrastructure. The Tunisian broadcaster will leverage the intuitive, end-to-end functionality of Radio-Assist TM to expand its operations while securing the quality of the services it offers to listeners in Grand Tunis and surrounding areas.
" Our broadcasts reach more than a third of the Tunisian population, and the construction of new facilities gives us the chance to enhance the content we provide that audience while realizing much greater efficiency in our internal workflows," said Marouane GALLAH, technical director at Radio Mosaïque. " With its flexible and scalable suite of modules, Radio-Assist will play a key role in this effort and in the continued growth of our station."
NETIA's Radio-Assist TM range of digital audio software programs covers the entire operation of a radio broadcaster, allowing production staff to record, edit, or prepare playlists while working within a single application. Radio Mosaïque will be using a range of Radio-Assist TM modules including the Air-DDO live-assist broadcast tool, Feder-All Desk daily playlist editor, Stream-In automatic Internet broadcasting system, Insider intranet consultation and exchange system, and Administrator rights management tool within its daily production and playout operations.
The Radio-Assist TM 7.5 Air-DDO broadcast module offers advanced ergonomic and technological features. Spread over two monitor screens, the GUI simultaneously displays the four Radio Mosaïque broadcast channels, with access to numerous help and preparation tools for cueing, on-air monitoring, playlist modification, recording, production, etc. The station is using the Stream-In module to simplify high-quality streaming of audio content to listeners via its Web site at www.mosaiquefm.net, which currently receives 100,000 visits a day and, at any time, serves an average of 3,000 Internet users connected to hear Radio Mosaïque broadcasts.
" The Radio-Assist installation at Radio Mosaïque will not only allow for more tightly integrated operations, but will also provide a highly automated platform for the station's very popular Internet broadcast service," said Xavier De Vynck, NETIA vice president of business development. " By incorporating its operations under the umbrella of Radio-Assist, Radio Mosaïque will be able to focus more of its energies on the quality and creativity of its on-air product."
More information about NETIA and its products is available at www.netia.com.
Created on Nov. 7, 2003, Radio Mosaïque is the first private general-content station in Tunisia with a focus on music radio. The FM channel broadcasts from Tunis on four frequencies, reaching listeners within a 70-km radius of the city - a reach that includes more than 35 percent of the country's population. More information about Radio Mosaïque is available at www.mosaiquefm.net.