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Thursday, 27th November 2003
Gartland Gunn Media aim for broadcast market with new playout software

The latest playout software for the European broadcast market has been launched by two radio professionals from the North East of England.

The new Gabriel software has been developed over the last 3 years, to respond to the demands of the current broadcast operation, with the emphasis on ease of use.

Gabriel software screenshots
Gabriel software screenshots
Its intelligent software also enables some new opportunities within the automated environment that keeps with the broadcasters remit to offer quality programming around the clock.

Jeremy Gartland, a radio programmer and software specialist who has worked for TFM, GNR (now Magic 1152 and 1170), Stray FM and Fresh Radio launches the software alongside Les Gunn, who has worked as a presenter, programmer and in station management for commercial stations in North and South Wales, the Midlands and the North East. Gunn has worked at Red Dragon Radio, TFM, Buzz FM (now Galaxy 102), Stray FM and Fresh Radio. Gunn's experience include the setting up his own Travel News operation in the North East - NETN - later purchased by Metro Networks (now Trafficlink).

Commenting on the launch of the new software, Les Gunn of Gartland Gunn Media said:
"As experienced radio professionals, we've worked with a number of operating systems and Gabriel is an amalgam of all those little frustrations ironed out! We're aware that there is competition within the UK and European market for this kind of software, but feel that there is a place for the simplicity of Gabriel and room to further enhance what the software can offer, at prices to suit all types of need."

Gunn added: "we have exhaustively tested GABRIEL and with our already happy clients, are sure that we can impress even more people throughout the Broadcast industry!"

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