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.
During the night of the US election, ChyronHego supported customers all over the world with solutions for broadcast graphics, displaying social media on screen as well as virtual enhancements and virtual sets. In the US alone, more than 380 stations were using NewsTicker Elections to help them get real-time results on air. In addition, several customers were also using our virtual graphics solutions for displaying election results in new, creative ways.
Here in the United States, election season is squarely upon us. News outlets from the largest networks to the smallest independent stations are buzzing with activity, each planning their coverage to one-up the competition.
Well, here we are once again. 2015 is nearly in our collective rear-view mirror, the November Book has been written and you’re now less than one year away before the polls close on your 2016 election night coverage. Ready. Set. Curate those tweets!