Starting with wire service ingest and wire search capabilities, and continuing through assignment desk, story research, and newsroom communication management, news professionals and managers are keyed directly into the system from their desktops. iNews adds support for the groundbreaking new journalist tool, Avid iNEWS Instinct, the breakthrough product that provides visual storytelling capabilities to journalists at the desktop in a familiar script-based format. The Avid iNEWS Web Client is a browser-based, simplified front-end to the NRCS that allows journalists to create and modify stories quickly from any location. iNEWS NRCS moves the story from wire to air with unmatched accuracy, reliability, and control.
- Newscast accuracy
iNEWS brings peakperformance to a newsroom staff's ability to create the content, timingand accuracy of news broadcasts quickly and reliably, and to managenews rundowns with ease and flexibility.
- Unprecedented contribution from the field
WithiNEWS Data Receiver's ability to ingest text strings from anywhere -even a journalist's PDA at a faraway courthouse-newsgathering becomes aconnected, collaborative breeze. And with the new iNEWS Web Clientbrowser-based interface, reporters logged in from remote breaking newssites can tell their stories as if they were sitting at their owndesktop in the station.
- Comprehensive news gathering
The Data Receiverallows the NRCS to collect information from diverse sources, includingserial wire feeds, telnet, email, and network shares.
- Rundown Mirroring
Higher availability, instant monitoring and usage of rundowns from any location mean even more reliable broadcasts.
- Share across departments, share across stations
Thenew iNEWS community feature allows station groups and networks to sharecontent and collaborate on stories. A user can view, edit, and searchfor content stored on any of their iNEWS systems from a single instanceof the iNEWS Client, making better use of their organization’s contentand resources.
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