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Suddenly everything is software

We’ve a solid background in using hardware and we love it. But the journey to software offers unrivaled flexibility and ease of use.

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Case Study

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The combination of Cleanfeed and Space X’s Starlink satellite internet constellation is redefining live radio by making it easy and cost effective to broadcast high quality, low latency audio from the remotest of locations. This technological marriage was recently put through its paces by kmfm, a radio station network owned by KM Media Group, which operates throughout Kent.

I’m a massive fan because it just works. says Rob Wills, kmfm’s Head of Broadcast

kmfm broadcast their Floorfiller Anthems show, live, from Pride Canterbury using nothing more complicated than a connection provided by Starlink and Cleanfeed. The one-hour DJ set, which consisted of high energy dance and chart hits, was delivered seamlessly across kmfm’s radio network, which has a combined audience of 200,000.

Rob says: For me, this software bridges the gap between having wild ideas and actually being able to deliver them. We now use it for just about everything — artist interviews, podcast recording, live outside broadcasts and more.

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