CAMIO Universe is the premiere productivity tool for newsrooms across the globe. It is a cost-effective solution with content management, distribution, and MOS interface in a single box. It efficiently serves the entire production staff - from the art department and newsroom to the editor and control room - with the fastest concept-to-air workflow in the industry.
We are pleased to announce the release of PRIME 2.6, ChyronHego’s universal graphics platform that stacks an array of diverse applications into a single design-tool hub. The PRIME Graphics Platform is our most advanced solution for a truly integrated graphics workflow.
Over the last couple of years, we’ve all witnessed how studio set designers are taking advantage of the larger canvas – and every pixel – offered by modern monitor display technology. And it’s easy to see why. When implemented in a way that actually helps the producer tell a better story, broadcasters of all sizes can create spectacular in-studio productions while at the same time heighten audience engagement and viewership.
CAMIO is THE productivity tool for the newsroom. It allows stations to invest in storytelling by making the generation of rundown content quick and simple. It is a cost-effective solution with content management, distribution, and MOS interface in a single box; and efficiently serves the entire production staff, from the art department, to the producer, to the editor, to the control room.
We have listened to our customers, and we know that speed to air is paramount, which is why we are proud to say that we have the fastest concept-to-air in the industry. As we joke in the office - we “fix” breaking news!....(Give us a break, it was before our morning coffee.)
At ChyronHego, we focus on creating the smoothest news graphics workflow in the industry. We know our clients need the right tools to create hours of quality news content week after week. As graphic systems and the networks around them get more complex, it becomes a big challenge keeping it all simple, clean, and ready to use. These tools must encourage seamless coordination between the various departments and expedite last minute changes rather than hinder them.
MOS got an Emmy®! It is not often that a ‘protocol’ gets this kind of attention, but the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has given the 2016 Technical/Engineering Achievement award to the MOS Group for the “Development and Standardization of Media Object Server (MOS) Protocol.”
In this digital age, a challenge for broadcasters is that viewers' attention in general and young viewers' attention in particular, is divided between different platforms. In order to capture their interest, broadcasters thus need to think about compelling new ways to tell their stories. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are words that have been buzzing in the ears of customers ever since Facebook acquired Oculus a little more than a year ago. The recent success of Augmented Reality apps such as Pokemon Go also confirms that a very large number of people are adopting the mix real/virtual.
Over the past year, ChyronHego has been laying the groundwork to evolve beyond our status as the world’s leader in broadcast graphics, to something even bigger.
Imagine that your news team got a flash message of a 5-alarm brush fire in the outskirts of the national park south of town. A passing rainstorm helps firefighters douse the fire; an updated weather radar image helps you to assess the conditions. Your weather team is not yet in the building and there’s only 45 seconds until your Breaking News bulletin.
ChyronHego recently published a white paper to help prepare the way and to consolidate industry mindshare around the concepts of the CAMIO Universe. The CAMIO Universe is our vision of a next-generation, software-driven broadcast operation that creates a comprehensive and integrated software ecosystem for producer-driven news production workflows.