Radio 786 launched its multi-faceted Broadcasting Centre in 2016 – a feat recognised as groundbreaking by the South African Department of Communications.
The newly capable facility transitioned Radio 786’s studio to a digital-enabled environment, incorporating three distinct setups to cater to Radio 786’s diverse programming needs.
Considering developments in the media sector and how consumers interact with information, the broadcasting centre was established to complement audio broadcasting with a modern and appealing visual experience.
The introduction of professional video capabilities serves as an immediate platform for both live and on-demand distribution of audio-visual content to global audiences.
Cognisant of the changing face of the global media establishment, Radio 786’s custom-designed broadcast centre is aesthetically appealing to video-consuming audiences. Our staff are trained to:
– Conceptualize and Produce content
– Edit and package content
– Produce feature film
– Video News
The station is at the forefront of technological development, being the first community broadcaster to launch professionally-produced live video feeds from its Broadcast Centre