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ARTICLE

BROADCASTING SOLUTIONS
Making magic out of content management
Jesse Karjalainen

The humble MAM system has a new face and is back in the limelight. A new generation of content management systems has arrived and is cloud friendly, collaborative, works like an online search engine and treats all file types as first-class citizens.

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ARTICLE

NEWSROOM SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS
ANNOVA and Zetta Cloud join forces to tackle fake news propagation in the storytelling process
Marie Wagner, Jesse Karjalainen

ANNOVA Systems, provider of leading planning and newsroom computer system OpenMedia, and Zetta Cloud, specialists in artificial intelligence solutions for digital news, have collaborated with the goal of providing journalists with origin and trustworthiness metrics for online information in the news gathering process.

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ARTICLE

RADIO SYSTEMS & SOLUTIONS
SCISYS and Broadcast Bionics showcase their “secret sauce” for Visual radio workflows
Harald Gröger, Jesse Karjalainen

Broadcast Bionics and SCISYS have joined forces and expertise to put together their “secret sauce” for Visual Radio workflows, social-media integration and studio controls to develop systems. Their cutting-edge approach allows a modular approach to adding Visual Radio workflows to existing radio workflows.

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ARTICLE

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Managing Forests with Children's Play Bricks
Pascal Coulon

Children’s building bricks have spanned the generations and are ever popular. They are one of the most successful examples of open architectures ever. No matter the colour, the size or the shape, they work together and represent interoperability at its best.

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OPINION

MEDIA & BROADCAST
CDs: The last dinosaurs of file-based workflows
Jesse Karjalainen

Try sending a physical CD by a new artist to Spotify or iTunes for inclusion on their platform and see how far you get. So why are broadcasters still willing to work - and drown - in the ways of old? Here's how one major UK broadcaster solved the problem.

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