Open-source radio management app 'Airtime' has added a variety of fuss-free installers for Ubuntu users.
Airtime - an open source application designed to make radio station management easier - has seen a new release with .deb packages available for Ubuntu. The award-winning software has been bumped to version 1.9.4, and along with a host of bug fixes, now includes handy packages for your favourite Debian based distribution to make installation and updating easy. Powering stations like London’s Resonance FM, Senegal’s West Africa Democracy Radio and Canada’s NationTalk, Airtime platforms have been receiving industry acclaim including a Knight-Batten Award for Innovations in Journalism. Airtime is also a finalist in the Packt Open Source Multimedia Software Awards 2011 alongside Blender, GIMP and Inkscape.