Wheatstone, Burli Partner on Integration
Burli's newsroom software will now be able to interface directly with Wheatstone's WheatNet-IP Intelligent Network. Burli's newsroom software will pick up andrecord audio directly from the Wheatnet-IP network, and will also have the capability of playing audio out onto the network. Wheatnet-IP will also pass logic signals to Burli's system and receive logic signals from it to handle real-time events and control other hardware on the network.
When Canadian broadcast group Corus rebuilt its Winnipeg broadcast center, Burli and Wheatnet-IP were both part of the plan. Integrating the workflow between these two systems drove the partnership and the technological integration behind it.
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