Henry Mowry Joins Smarts Broadcast Systems
October 20, 2011 at 6:02 AM (PT)
HENRY MOWRY has joined SMARTS BROADCAST SYSTEMS as Dir./Marketing.
Said MOWRY, "Perhaps you’ve heard of SMARTS? JOHN SCHAD, the founder, started writing software for his KEMB/EMMETSBURG, IA back in the '70s, and then took SMARTS independent in 1983 -- because broadcasters wanted to buy his software. He soon sold the station and expanded the software business; the first automation system was called 'Smartcaster.' Today, we’ve got the only LINUX-based automation system, called SKYLLA. Our traffic system is used nationwide. Our SMARTTOUCH telephone control system is helping broadcasters host special events without an in-studio producer. There was even a broadcaster that literally drove down main street to find police activity surrounding a bank robbery, dialed up his SMARTTOUCH, and took his station live as he broadcast over his cellphone throughout the robbery and subsequent bomb threat. Live and local, indeed!"
Touch base with MOWRY at (661) 367-6801.