Available as independent products, NOA now offers this package, which packs these six products into one solution. Known as jobDB Core, the entry-level bundle provides users with all features available with each individual product including four channels. This version can be easily scaled up to 32+ ingest channels thanks to its scalable true client-server design. NOA’s managing partner Jean-Christophe Kummer explains that this approach lets organizations gradually ease into digitization, while simplifying the process by investing in one simple package.
Operating several radio and television channels over a domestic transmitter network as well as satellite, HRT became a client of NOA in 2003, when it began digitizing its radio archive.
This time around, with the media house focusing on preserving its video content, Kummer says the continuation is a natural progression to protect the broadcaster’s valuable audiovisual content.
NOA has been actively enhancing the archiving activities of many institutions in the region for almost two decades. Beginning with radio-oriented projects in Slovenia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary and Slovakia, the company’s scope has expanded to encompass video archiving initiatives.