The South Pacific’s largest broadcaster and parent company of Legend FM, FM96, Viti FM, Navtarang and Radio Sargam, Communications Fiji Limited, has announced that it has completed its $1 million capital investment plan for 2017 with the installation of state of the art studio, programming and client management technology.
The $1 million investment was funded directly out of CFL’s cash flow and has not required any additional debt facilities.
CFL General Manager Ian Jackson says the company is very excited with this new development as it impacts on every aspect of our broadcast operations.
The Zetta broadcast system drives all on-air and studio operations, G Selector radio programming and Aquira manages all client advertising bookings.
All products are designed by supplier Radio Computing Services to seamlessly interlink with each other and with various online services.
Jackson says CFL has only just scratched the surface of the potential of this new technology as over the next twelve months, listeners and advertisers will notice big changes so stay tuned.
CFL invested close to half a million dollars in the upgrade.
With the Fiji project completed, CFL is now in the final stages of planning a similar upgrade at its Papua New Guinean operations PNG FM LTD.
This new investment comes on top of the upgrade of transmission facilities in the Northern Division announced earlier this year.
Jackson says it has been a busy year for CFL as it has invested just over $1 million in upgrading its technology across the country and as we head into the cyclone season, our engineering teams are hard at work making sure we are ready.ADVERTISEMENT Listen to the latest news on our 5 radio stations Legend FM, Viti FM, Radio Sargam, FM96 and Navtarang.