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Upgraded studio to bring changes

Manasa Kalouniviti
Tuesday, November 14, 2017

COMMUNICATIONS Fiji Ltd (CFL) general manager Ian Jackson says the installation of their state-of-the-art studio, programming and client management technology impacts on every aspect of the company's broadcast operations.

Mr Jackson made these comments after CFL made an announcement through the South Pacific Stock Exchange (SPSE) that the company had completed its capital investment plans for 2017.

"We are very excited with this new development," Mr Jackson said.

He said CFL invested about $500,000 in the upgrade of their studio.

"I am particularly pleased with the way in which the CFL team has managed the upgrade. This was a complex project that was delivered without any major disruptions," he said.

The company added the Zetta broadcast system drove all their on-air and studio operations, G selector radio programming and Aquira managed all client advertising bookings. And all products were designed by supplier Radio Computing Services to seamlessly interlink with each other and with various online services.

Mr Jackson said they had only just scratched the surface of the potential of the new technology.

"And over next 12 months listeners and advertisers will notice big changes, so stay tuned," he said.

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