While it’s not yet feasible to combine rundown-based computer systems favored by newsrooms with digital teams’ storycentric content management systems, progress is being made in communication between the systems and with third-party software, bringing the two groups closer together. Above: Vizrt’s Story is a Web-based system for script creation and editing that tightly integrates with the Viz One media asset management system and Viz Pilot template-based graphics system.
There’s no turning back; 360 storytelling is here. To address the needs of contemporary multiplatform journalists, Dalet has introduced Pyramid, a platform that enables all teams to simultaneously work on multiple story angles, anytime, anywhere. Offered on a subscription basis, the solution can be natively deployed in the cloud, on-premises or in a hybrid configuration. It enables a virtualized newsroom with an ecosystem of digital-first tools that will change the way journalists work to produce compelling stories.
New England Sports Network recently tripled its news content, producing live programming from 5:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. daily. It also did the unthinkable, automating production of its unpredictable post-game shows. An entire system from Ross Video, including camera robotics, switcher, graphics and NRCS, made the moves possible.
After expanding its portfolio of radio and low-power TV stations, News Channel Nebraska needed to untangle its overcomplicated news and sports production workflow. The company conducted exhaustive research into newsroom computer systems, and selected Octopus for its flexibility and cross-platform capabilities.
Annova Systems | Hall 3, Stand A33 | Website: http://www.annova.tv/en/index.php Many years ago the definition of a newsroom computer system (NRCS) was a software application designed to support rundowns, scripts […]