SCISYS Showcase Cross-Media Storytelling

SCISYS Media Solutions will demonstrate its flagship Newsroom Computer System, OpenMedia INFINITY at NAB Show NY, exhibiting at the booth of partner Arvato Systems.

It also has on show, NewsBoard, described as a modern and unified web-based user interface for journalists and editorial teams. 

"With metadata-driven workflows at its core, the dashboard solution helps journalists to organise the story production process, from idea to distribution," says SCISYS Media Solutions.

Introduced at IBC2019 the NRCS, OpenMedia NOW is a preconfigured newsroom computer system for TV and digital/online media, with updates designed to enhance cost-efficiency and easy deployment.

The dira! product range covers the entire production workflow required for media management in radio journalism including broadcast scheduling, to onair playout, post production and archiving.

Viura, is a software tool for camera control in the radio studio for editors and presenters. Based on Blackmagic Design and DHD hardware, Viura allows all components to be completed with both dira! and third-party solutions for playout and production.

Additionally, the company has joined the Avid Alliance Partner Program, making the latest extension to the OpenMedia NRCS a unified integration with the Avid MediaCentral | Cloud UX platform.

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