The Radio Academy Festival 2020 is with In:Quality
After winning the Radio Academy's Technical Innovation Award in 2013 for ipDTL, In:Quality hasn't looked back. The startup - led by former BBC Studio Manager Kevin Leach - came into its own during lockdown, when working from home became the norm rather than the exception. Its new sip.audio service and Despatch Box (along with ipDTL) have allowed presenters and guests to connect back to studios with ease and reliability, and of course 'in quality'.
With thanks for additional support from:
BBC Sounds brings together all of the BBC’s live and on-demand audio into a personalised app. Listeners can now discover and enjoy music mixes, podcasts and radio from the BBC when and wherever they want.
PPL is the UK music industry’s collective management organisation. They license recorded music when it is played in public or broadcast, ensuring that revenue flows back to their members. These include independent and major record companies, together with performers ranging from emerging artists to festival headliners
PRS for Music represents the rights of songwriters, composers and music publishers in the UK and around the world. It works to ensure that creators are paid whenever their musical compositions and songs are used.
RCS provides the most advanced, reliable, intuitive and flexible broadcast tools on the planet. Alongside GSelector, Zetta and Aquira, our customers have access to the incredible “from-anywhere” flexibility of Selector2GO, Zetta2GO and Aquira2GO
Radiocentre is the industry body for commercial radio. They work on behalf of over 40 stakeholders who operate over 300 licensed radio stations across the UK and represent 90% of commercial radio in terms of listening and revenue.
SharpStream provide audio content producers with an innovative streaming platform for all live and on-demand audio content, connecting content publishers with users worldwide and delivering billions of listening hours annually.