LET’S IMPROVE THE INTEGRATION BETWEEN NETIA AND YOUR NEWSROOM SYSTEM
Your news reports will be all the better for it.
Passionate about ensuring the quality and variety of programmes for their listeners, Editors rely on increasingly sophisticated systems. At the heart of which are the editorial, media production and broadcast systems. The integrations we co-build allow your journalists to save precious time by having NETIA tools directly at hand within their editorial software.
Meaning they can work directly on the media content they need, whilst continuing their other editorial activities. Limiting duplicate entries, a source of time-consuming errors, the discomfort of going back and forth between various software, paper printouts and the transmission of directives in an emergency.
This means for example, that a journalist can modify a NETIA sound and include it in the News being broadcast, with neither having to leave the editorial software nor requiring a third party. Likewise, the modifications made in the editorial software playlist are immediately taken into account in the NETIA one.
SEVERAL CUSTOMERS ALREADY BENEFIT FROM THIS TYPE OF INTEGRATION
NETIA has designed advanced integrations with iNews, OpenMedia, ENPS and Octopus. Mediacorp in Singapore, ABC in Australia and Radio France for example use these optimised workflows, adapted to their specific use cases.
Our teams are ready to do the same with other editorial software. Interested ? Let’s get talking !
To summarise, the benefits of an advanced integration of NETIA with your editorial system are numerous:
A single working environment for both editorial activities (monitoring of dispatches, writing papers etc) and production of media content (selection, editing or addition of sounds, creating playlists etc).
Removal of the need to print lists of the items within a playlist, which is both economical and environment friendly.
Removal of the discomfort of going back and forth between various software.
Drastic reduction of errors caused by duplicate entries and the transmission of directives in an emergency.