WRAL Launches Bitcentral’s CORE:news

Capitol Broadcasting Company’s Raleigh, NC station WRAL is now producing their news programming with CORE:news.

Bitcentral announced the successful launch of its CORE:news at Raleigh, NC station WRAL.

CORE:news provides a single interface for a unified story-based workflow that enables video capture/encoding, editing, playout management, digital publishing and archiving of assets. CORE:news makes it easy to share content across revenue generating platforms like on-air and digital and drive critical production processes from within a NRCS without requiring multiple logins. Every person in the production process can immediately access all station or group-wide raw, work-in-progress and finished assets from anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection. It allows newsrooms to publish more content to more platforms, all day every day.

WRAL went live with its new complete news production, media management, media collaboration and archiving solution in June 2015. The Raleigh-based station join's over 200 North American broadcasters and over 1000 facilities worldwide utilizing Bitcentral solutions.

WRAL joins other new CORE:news users including Cowles Publishing Company's KHQ in Spokane and KNDU in Yakima-Pasco-Richland-Kennewick WA and Heartland Media's KEZI in Eugene, OR.

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