BBC Radio’s Virtual Local Radio project is done and proven. Talent, management, engineering, and listeners are delighted with the results. Now Dan McQuillin is designing the next generation of minimalist studios that still do everything needed and desired for radio content creation. Beyond “Cushions and Daylight”, Camera One, Bionic Table, and Bionic Picnic – all introduced and explained on this edition of TWiRT.
- BBC completes groundbreaking ViLoR local radio project
- All-IP Virtualised Radio Network Case Study by Geoff Woolf, ViLoR Project Director, BBC
- Camera One radio visualization
- If you play Animal Crossing on Nintendo Switch, use these TWiRT-exclusive gift codes from Dan:
Bionics Cap: MO-GM80-D90C-P5YC
Bionics T-Shirt: MO-473R-K91B-21RD
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