The World's Largest Broadcast Software Company
Advanced digital radio automationRCS introduces the most advanced digital radio automation system, Zetta®. Being the world's largest broadcast radio software company for more than 30 years, has given RCS an advantage. Learn more...
Powerful multi-station schedulingGSelector is the world's most powerful multi-station scheduling system. With a single point of entry, flexible configuration and the most up-to-date technology, GSelector is the newest way to create great schedules. Learn more...
Innovative traffic solutionAquira is a powerful and highly flexible Traffic system designed for local and national sized radio businesses. With its modern user interface Aquira provides real time access to sales and inventory data, and a vast range of scheduling, billing, and reporting options. Learn more...
Comprehensive newsroom solutionRCS News® is a state-of-the-art radio newsroom system, providing solutions for your entire news operation from newscast gathering, writing and editing to actual on-air broadcast and story archiving. Learn more...
"Selector is a prerequisite for radio. Using any other software program simply doesn't cut the mustard. 24/7 Support is da' bomb! Not having Selector is like a foreign concept..."
- Lamonda Williams, PD, KNOU-FM New Orleans, LA
"I wrote an email to RCS and I was impressed with the promptness of the reply and the amount of help I was offered. It sure makes my job easier. Selector is awesome, even better than a never ending submarine sandwich."
- Mark Bubb, PD, Platteville, WI
"They're always there; everytime I call, my problem is resolved quickly and efficiently. The service is unbelievable!"
- Jay Deacon, PD WRKR, Kalamazoo, MI
"Whenever I call tech support, I ask them my question, tell them my dilemma and without hesitation, they give me 2 or 3 solutions (usually the first solution works!) No problem is too small for RCS."
- Vinnie Kice, PD, WSUH-FM Charlottesville, VA
"At first, we were a bit afraid, but after calling your support people a couple of times, I have learned to program my station to the second with no problems whatsoever. Without Selector, radio would truly be back in the dark ages."
- Dickie Shannon, PD, Oldies 102.7, Augusta, GA