RTE begins integrating open-source technology into radio production process

RTE has begun using new open-source technology to support radio production and playout applications.

6th April, 2014

RTE has begun using new open-source technology to support radio production and playout applications.

The national broadcaster spent four months integrating technology from listed US software company, Red Hat, which it plans to use on its next radio IT project, new IT infrastructures for nine digital radio stations and for RTE Raidio na Gaeltachta.

Red Hat is one of the world's top developers of Linux software, in business since 1993 and listed on the New...

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