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Studio Products


Today's radio broadcaster wears many hats. Only Broadcast Electronics has the studio tools and the support you’ll need to manage it all, whether it's voice tracking, ad-libbing on-air, creating a newscast, or getting in on the latest radio applications like podcasting, datacasting, tweeting or Tagging.


One customizable, expandable and adaptable platform. Multiple modules that work together for you anytime, anywhere.


AudioVAULT (digital automation)

Workgroup collaboration, IP audio delivery, on-air changes up-to-the-second, and production on a deadline – it’s all found in the most popular studio system designed specifically for radio. Our newest AudioVAULT FleX can even change faces based on announcer preferences, show presets or any number of other studio uses.  


Xpresso (digital automation)

The power of AudioVAULT FleX packaged for any size radio station or budget. Easy to install and free support.


The Radio Experience (datacasting)

Broadcast messages to radio receivers, billboards, the web, social networks and portable devices. BE’s message management system is similar to your music programming system -- complete with day-parting and message categories -- but with all the extras you’ll need to link text with audio, interleave associated messages, hook into data centers for traffic or weather, and more.  



SM Logger (audio logging & podcasting)

Capture, analyze and archive audio/video from any source, and podcast programs. This logger can be purchased as a standalone application or integrated into the BE AudioVAULT digital media system.


NewsBoss (newsroom suite) 

Your complete newsroom – gather stories and audio feeds from newswire services, create scripts and audio cuts, and present compelling newscasts with the best tools in the business. NewsBoss is scalable, from a single user small-market station to a large city operation with 50 or more users.





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Troops Rally Around AudioVAULT as Freedom Radio Signs Off from Baghdad 


Troops rally around a BE AudioVAULT studio control system during the final broadcast of Baghdad’s Freedom Radio, which signed off on Friday, September 23. Freedom Radio, an American Forces Network station, had been broadcasting from Baghdad using BE's AudioVAULT studio control system since December 2003. Shown above, morning show hosts and Army Sergeants Adam Prickel and Randall “Jay” Townsend with fellow U.S. soldiers next to the BE AudioVAULT screen. (Video by Dan Zak/Kristen Boghosian, read story in The Washington Post.)