Radio.Cloud Caps Off 2023 NAB Show With Two Awards

For the second straight year, Radio.Cloud walked away from the NAB Show with two awards.

The German company, which created the industry’s first fully cloud-native automation platform, showed off a new design for it’s Live Studio platform. That software was subsequently recognized for two different awards: Best of Show by Radio World and NAB Show Product of the Year in the Radio category.

“We had countless exciting discussions with radio programmers and engineers about our newest features,” CEO and Founder Christian Brenner said. “The feedback was very encouraging for us – we are on the right track. Things like our award winning Live Cloud Studio and our platform impressed our visitors.”

Radio.Cloud exhibited in West Hall booth W1773 and showed off its automation system, newly award winning Live Studio, feature and a soon-to-be released platform called Content Cockpit. Thanks to an existing partnership with Wheatstone, the booth also featured an eight channel Wheatstone LXE fader. This was meant to demonstrate that Radio.Cloud’s Live Studio can interface with any kind of equipment ranging from studio quality control surfaces to cheaper midi mixing devices.

“During our centennial year, NAB continues to recognize the products that are transforming how content is being created, connected and capitalized throughout the broadcast, media and entertainment industry,” said NAB SVP and Chief Customer Success Officer Eric Trabb. “Congratulations to Radio.Cloud for winning the 2023 NAB Show Product of the Year Award in recognition of its Live Studio software, a product that has demonstrated its ability to help storytellers face the challenges of the present and future by revolutionizing a critical stage of the content lifecycle.”

“I’m so proud of our entire team, most notably our software developers in Jakarta,” Account Director Andrew Scaglione said. “They work tirelessly to give us a revolutionary platform to show off at trade shows like NAB. I love seeing the smiles on our colleague’s faces when we win these awards. It’s one of my favorite parts of the job.”

Main article cover photo: credit to Radio World’s Jim Peck