GRINS (Gramin Radio Inter-Networking System) is an integrated software solution for running a community radio station that allows program scheduling and play-out, full telephony and SMS integration, Internet streaming, content management and statistical analysis of play-out history. This helps community radio stations manage complex station management tasks in an easy and error-free manner. Its greatest feature? As the most popular low-cost radio management solution, it touches 2.5 million listeners in over 6 countries.
Want to know more about GRINS? Download the introductory document: An introduction to GRINS. Want to start using GRINS? It’s freely available under Apache License!! Download GRINS for Ubuntu 12.04 here and installation instructions here.
Or see the demo video.
Read about the power of GRINS to bring together community inputs through co-ordinated information campaigns here.
Over 30 community radio stations are using GRINS to do great things:
View Community radio stations with GRINS in a larger map
Write to us at contact [at]gvinternal.gramvaanidev.org to begin to use GRINS.