Open Media Timeslot Scheduler 6.x-2.0-beta2
File ID: 99419
Open Media Timeslot Scheduler 6.x-2.0-beta2 Description
Description: The Open Media System's Timeslot Scheduler creates 3 content types; Timeslot Theme, Timeslot Event, Timeslot Rule. It requires the Broadcast Synchronization module or a custom configuration to populate existing Airings. New content is scheduled around existing content based on the Timeslot Rules applied to each reoccurring Timeslot Event. Shows can be scheduled based on Project (a series that airs the same time each week), Timeslot Theme and/or votes.
The current release only supports scheduling to Telvue Princeton playback servers. Tightrope has added an API and some work has been done by Darrick Servis from Davis Media Access, but that work hasn't been integrated with the rest of the Open Media scheduling structure.
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O/S:BSD, Linux, Solaris, Mac OS X
File Size: 41.0 KB
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