Vizrt Newsroom Available Through Vizrt’s Flexible Access

Vizrt Newsroom is one of five software Solution Suites made available through the company’s Flexible Access scheme.

Vizrt Newsroom features Vizrt's template-based, cross-platform newsroom content creation system. Journalists get everything they need to independently prepare, script, plan and create, add graphics, video and stills, data visualizations and maps to their stories from within the NRCS.

It is now available exclusively through Flexible Access in annual or month-to-month payment plans.

Daniel Nergard, President of Vizrt, said, “The pace of the news cycle has never been faster. Today’s journalists need to be able to create on multiple output formats, often at the same time, in order to reach and engage their audience. Vizrt Newsroom reduces complexity from relatively advanced workflows of news content production. By simplifying and giving easy access to a comprehensive set of journalistic tools, storytellers can focus better on what matters most, telling the story.”

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