WireReady NSI to Offer Free Newsroom System
Northborough, MA - Mar 13, 2002 - Wireready NSI, the manufacturer of Wireready32 studio automation, sales and newsroom software for radio broadcast facilities, will offer its Windows-based Electronic Newsroom system for free beginning April 1.
After achieving multi-million dollar sales of electronic newsroom software over the past 15 years, WireReady has announced that it will now provide free software licenses to radio stations. Stations will qualify for and receive free newsroom software licenses when they purchase Salesready32 telephone sales, client tracking and customer service software. With this decision, Wireready joins the ranks of Metro Networks, Associated Press and others, who provide free electronic newsroom software as part of bundled offerings.
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