Radio On-Air

An interesting radio programme does not come from the technology used to make it, but from the smooth workflows at your disposal for creating the show.

We support your workflows with the best solutions on the market - you define the limits, not our products. What counts is the seamless integration of your work processes and the uncomplicated operation of complex technology - we have proven our ability to deliver in installations worldwide.

Radio Consoles

Our radio/on-air consoles are designed to support you in the creation, preparation and broadcast of your radio programme - quick, efficient, intuitive work guaranteed.

Radio consoles

Virtual Radio

Technical equipment must work. Lawo software adapts to your workflow - easy, fast and with ideally matching components. Always there when needed but never in the way ...

Virtual Radio

 

 

Routing Systems

The reliable transfer of data - 24 hours a day, 365 days a year - is routine for our routing systems.

 

Routing Systems

 

 

Virtual Radio

All that you always wanted to know about Virtual Radio you will find here

 

R3LAY

ruby

What's a Visual Radio Console? It's a whole new way of thinking about radio workflow, where physical and onscreen multi-touch
controls combine to give on-air talent a revolutionary new way to create.

Find out more about the BRAND-NEW ruby!

 

 

Lawo and Abu Dhabi Media partner for major technical upgrade

The contract for a new central audio router and control/monitoring system at Abu Dhabi Media (ADM) was recently won by German technology specialist Lawo. read more

Lawo Introduces Ruby “Visual Radio Console” at NAB

Lawo presents ruby, an all-new mixing console for Radio broadcasters, at the 2017 NAB convention in Las Vegas (North Hall, Booth N1424). read more

Lawo Upgrades RƎLAY Virtual Radio Mixer Software

Broadcasters using RƎLAY virtual radio mixer software will be glad to hear that a new software release has just been released and is available for immediate download. read more

Lawo Presents Radio Technology White Paper At NAB 2017

Lawo's Michael "Catfish" Dosch and Stephan Türkay have been selected to present a Radio White Paper at the 2017 NAB Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology Conference. The paper, titled "“Virtualizing Radio Studios: Broadcasting + IT = AoIP 2.0”, will be co-presented by Dosch and Türkay on Monday, April 23rd. read more

KWVA-FM Refreshes With Lawo

The University of Oregon’s KWVA-FM (kwva.uoregon.edu) in Eugene, Oregon has completed the construction of brand-new broadcasting facilities using consoles and routing infrastructure from Lawo. read more