Burli Software :: Burli Newsroom System

By: Burli Software  09-12-2011
Keywords: Remote Access

Burli uses network connections to link bureaus, affiliates, regional networks or reporters in the field.

Burli's Virtual Newsroom technology connects almost any Burli workstation to any other workstation, whether it's across town or across the world. Browse another newsroom's wires, audio cuts, scripts, faxes, etc. and drag them into your own work.

Or use any web browser for remote access into the newsroom. Read scripts, lookup contacts, view newsroom faxes, even grab audio cuts from the field. Or file complete news stories — with both text and audio — into the system.

Keywords: Remote Access

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Burli Software :: Virtual Newsroom

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