Vizrt Feed Streamer supports weather graphics in addition to a wide range of social media features.
Vizrt’s Feed Streamer now also supports weather point data for forecasts.
As part of the Social TV solution, Vizrt will highlight the latest version of Feed Streamer will be shown for easy moderation and publishing of social media content including Tweets, Facebook posts, Vines, and Instagram images and video. Feed Streamer now also supports weather point data, allowing media companies to visualize weather content, such as a 5-day forecast or city forecasts over 3D branded maps, without the need of an in-house meteorologist. Also demonstrated at the show will be its integration with Signal – a tool used with Facebook and Instagram that lets journalists source, gather and embed newsworthy content directly into broadcast programming.
The Vizrt Social TV solution bridges the gap between social media and TV by offering tools for all departments in the production chain.
Advantages and benefits
- Search, moderate and display user generated content from any social media platform in a single user interface.
- Increase revenue and ratings with native integrations to major engagement platforms.
- Seamless integration to existing broadcast workflows.
- Advanced and compelling custom visualization features with Viz Engine.
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