Benztown teams up with Tracy Johnson for AudioLogger app


Benztown teams up with Tracy Johnson for AudioLogger app

Benztown has entered into an agreement with Tracy Johnson Media Group to market and distribute AudioLogger, a new, simplified and intuitive audio recording application that enhances the audio capabilities of a radio station, allowing stations to seamlessly reuse audio for wider uses by the entire team, from production to sales, including marketing and digital. AudioLogger was developed by Belgian broadcaster Alain Claise and is currently in use on more than 250 stations around the world. The app is now available for Benztown stations at a special introductory rate.

With AudioLogger, all station staff can instantly access, manage and share audio for any station in the world. Broadcasters can access audio for flight checks. The sales team can send proof of audio performance and live readings to advertisers without completing a production request. And stations can even convert any audio segment into engaging videos to post online with just a few clicks.

Best of all, users can access all the stations they want to monitor in one dashboard and monitor other stations in their market, business or any stations they admire and hear exactly what’s going on. 24/7. Users can even export detailed music logs and playlists, which could replace expensive music monitoring services. AudioLogger is packed with many other features, including advanced audio-to-text conversion features and analytics that show exactly when listeners are on, off, and volume up or down.

“AudioLogger is transforming station operations by enabling every staff member to do more with their audio content – whether it’s production, sales, marketing or digital,” said Dave “Chachi Denes, president of Benztown. “The system is fast and easy to use, and audio is available for editing, exporting and managing within seconds of being broadcast.”

“I have been using AudioLogger since last fall and it has completely changed the way I work with my clients,” said Tracy Johnson, President and CEO of Tracy Johnson Media Group. “I can access all of their audio, 24/7, anytime. I don’t know how I survived without it.”


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