Jul 4, 2014
Did you know?
For many years, telephone interviews for broadcasters was recorded via phone line. You may think that this is the most reliable and stable form of recording an interview for your podcast but it is not. Many radio and television stations are using Voice over Internet Protocol to conduct telephone interviews. VOIP calls tend to be clearer and give the appearance that the individual is actually sitting in the room across from you versus being hundred, perhaps thousands of miles away.
To help you to make the switch to VOIP calls, we would like to introduce Antrax, also accessible via mobile devices at antrax.mobi. ANTRAX is a service that give you an alternative solution designed specially for the termination of voice traffic from VoIP (Voice over IP) to GSM networks (networks of mobile operators) via the Antrax GSM Gateway. The product they make is both flexible and able to be used to meet your every need and requirement.
A service like ANTRAX is so valuable because it can help bring podcasters closer to developing a professional sound that’s core is only distinguishable trait, is that it sounds better, clearer and is a versatile signal. If you’re unfamiliar with cell phone signals and how Antrax can play a role in your podcast program, feel free to contact them.