Use the calendar to control your shows and staff Inbound text messages direct to your studio Discount available for not-for-profit radio stations

The perfect solution to manage your radio station

The Media Operations System is designed to help you manage your radio station - whether it is hospital radio, community radio, student radio or even commercial radio - and interact with your listeners. It has a lot to offer, that all works together to offer you a powerful tool that could change the way you operate your station. And with flexible user access levels you have complete control over who can access the various different sections.

Text Messages

Two way text messaging allows your listeners to contact your studio for for you to contact your listeners and staff. Messages can be separated into different categories determined by the first word used.

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Integrate your existing studio email inbox into the system to allow members to view your inbox. With user access control you can specify who has access and limit this to only during live shows.

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Allow your listeners to submit requests direct from a form on your public facing website. If they enter their contact details the presenter can update the listener as to when the track will be played.

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Allow your members to discuss topics. Each forum area has separate user access levels to allow complete control, so you can have a management section only available to senior staff if required.

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Allow staff to send messages direct from the system, which allows members to keep their contact details private. Members can choose to receive email alerts to alert them to when a message is received.

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Social Media

Integrate your station into social media with show updates and news fed into your Facebook or Twitter channels. Members can schedule messages as well as the automatic feeds from the schedule.

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Manage your shows with the option to have daily reminders sent to staff of upcoming shows. It can be used as a feed for a schedule on your public facing website and to promote shows onto your social media channels.

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Training Records

Keep a record of your training activities for each member and manage your courses. Records can be matched up against role profiles to highlight what training is required to help plan training courses.

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News Feed

Provide your own news feed on your public facing website. Stories can be added and scheduled for fut ure publication as well as being promoted through to your Facebook and Twitter accounts.

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Free Demo

There's no better way to understand how the Media Operations System can work for you than to have a look at the demo system and see for yourself how it all works. If you're interested in having a free look, please contact us to arrange access.

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Latest Media Operations System News

22/03/2020: During these uncertain times we want to help hospital radio stations keep by offering the use of our calendar facility for free for six months. The calendar section of the Media Operations System allows presenters to sign up to shows and see which still need covering. Once shows are added, presenters and staff can sign up to take part in the shows and add information about the show to be displayed. With the simple inclusion of some Javascript your schedule is updated whenever changes are made in the calendar meaning that your website is always showing the latest information. Find out more

22/07/2019: Ofcom has today issued a clarification to community radio stations over the definition of "original output" that forms part of stations key commitments. It is reminding stations that playlisted music including only indents and outsourced news bulletins does not count towards the daily output.

"Original output is content which is first produced for, and transmitted by, the station and excludes output that was transmitted elsewhere before. Original output can be live, pre-recorded or voice-tracked. Repeat broadcasts of original output and continuous music with no speech content other than advertisements, station idents and/or outsourced news bulletins (i.e. news bulletins produced by a third party) does not meet Ofcom's definition of original output."

Using the Media Operations System you can keep track of the number of hours you station has output and forecast to output to help ensure that you remain within the guidelines to avoid any potential fines or loss of a broadcast licence.

09/05/2019: It's time for radio volunteers across the country to celebrate as the 2019 Community Radio Awards have opened.

Community radio stations are, as described by Ofcom, "fuelled by the hard work and enthusiasm of volunteers" and with an average of 87 volunteers per station there's certainly plenty to celebrate in the fourth community radio awards.

Submissions are only £5 per entry and are designed to make it easy for volunteers to enter themselves, or for these volunteer-led stations to be able to afford the entries.

The deadline for volunteers and stations to enter is Sunday 16th June 2019. For more information and to enter head to