Since 1999 Hessische Rundfunk has used the d’accord system in its cluster system with an Informix database for 1,400 staff positions. Overall, a total of 18 studios in six streams at different locations have been equipped with d’accord.
Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv Frankfurt
The Deutsche Rundfunkarchiv (DRA) in Frankfurt am Main uses the d’accord libraries for managing its audio materials and the d’accord Komod system for ordering processes within the ARD network. The DRA also uses specially adapted d’accord gateways for incoming audio items. The Deutsche Rundfunkarchiv uses the d’accord system in Frankfurt am Main for two streams and roughly ten members of staff.
Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg
The Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg uses the complete d’accord system at its Potsdam site in a cluster system with the SQL database for 13 studios and about 400 staff positions at various locations. A special feature of Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg is its complex linking of OpenMedia via a MOS protocol.
Deutsches Rundfunkarchiv Potsdam/Babelsberg
The Deutsche Rundfunkarchiv in Potsdam uses the d’accord libraries for managing its audio materials and the d’accord Komod system for ordering processes within the ARD network.
The DRA also uses specially adapted d’accord gateways for incoming audio items. The Deutsche Rundfunkarchiv uses the d’accord system in Babelsberg, Potsdam for two streams and roughly ten workstations
Radio Bremen uses the entire d’accord system in a trimedial environment. The d’accord system takes care of the entire scheduling, data management and broadcasting of the radio division. TV broadcasting is made possible by a complex combination of the following systems: the d’accord system for scheduling, the S4M/Arvato system for video content management, Chyron for on-air graphics and Omneon video servers. For its trimedial operations involving two locations with a total of six radio and two television studios and some 400 personnel, Radio Bremen uses a SQL server and an IBM storage system.
Mitteldeutscher Runkdfunk Magdeburg
Magdeburg-based Mitteldeutsche Rundfunk uses the free-standing d’accord.rotation center for its Saxony-Anhalt channel for rotating its music content.
Here the rotation center is linked via special interfaces to MDR’s HAMS radio archive management system and to the dira! transmission sequence system, allowing the user an all-inclusive method of working.
Tide is Hamburg’s citizen and education channel. Tide uses a d’accord system based on a SQL database at its Hamburg location for a studio and some ten staff positions.
California Sunset Records Hamburg releases CDs under the wavemusic label and also creates radio programmes using the d’accord system. For production, the company uses the d’accord.libraries, the d’accord.daily schedule and the d’accord.music rotation elements.
BRF – Belgischer Rundfunk mit Standort in Eupen ist die öffentlich rechtliche Rundfunkanstalt der Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft in Ostbelgien.
Belgischer Rundfunk (BRF), based in Eupen, is the public broadcasting organisation for the German-speaking community of eastern Belgium.
BRF has been using the d’accord.radiosuite since 1995 and operates some 45 d’accord workstations, on which content for the three streams BRF1, BRF2 and BRF-DLF is created. Thanks to the multichannel capabilities of the d’accord system, all three streams are managed via a central Informix database. Thanks to stream-specific displays in the application and stream-selective rights management, it is possible to virtually separate the work areas of the individual streams while nevertheless allowing data exchange.
100'5 DAS HITRADIO
100’5 Das Hitradio, based in Eupen, is a regional radio service for the German-speaking community in Belgium and broadcasts using the d’accord.radiosuite. The station has approx. 30 staff.
100’5 Das Hitradio is integrated into the technical infrastructure of BRF.