(Amsterdam, The Netherlands--September 13, 2013) Ross Video enters the Newsroom Control System (NRCS) product space with the launch of Inception News at IBC 2013. With Ross’ extensive experience in news production, Inception was designed as a next generation NRCS to support the requirements of a modern newsroom.
allows journalists to directly create content for broadcast, social media and the web with publication to a growing list of services including: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flicker, Brightcove, BIM and Wordpress. The traditional NRCS workflow has been reimagined with Inception
providing a comprehensive, easy to use environment for the needs of today’s news organization.
“One of the things that news professionals love about Inception
is that Social Media and the Web are front and center along with the linear news production,” said David Ross, CEO of Ross Video
. “Inception News
puts Ross in a unique position in the breadth of news production solutions we offer.”
The power of social media sources like Twitter can be harnessed by Inception
to search for potential news stories, break news and promote upcoming events. Inception integrates with on-air graphics systems, enabling audience engagement through Twitter crawls or pops and interactive audience polls.
deployment is easy. Once the main server is installed, a web browser is all that is required to access the system from anywhere in the world.
About Ross Video
creates leading edge video production technology. Ross products are used in demanding environments every day to inform and entertain audiences all over the world. Our client base includes a who’s who of broadcast, production companies, sports stadiums, government agencies, educators, touring companies and houses of worship. Ross’ award winning product families include Vision
, Vision Octane
, Vision Tritium
Video Production Switchers; openGear
Terminal Equipment; BlackStorm
Video Servers; OverDrive
Automated Production Control, Inception
Social Media Management; XPression
Motion Graphics; NK Series
Routing and Furio
Camera Robotics Systems. For additional news and information on Ross Video
and Ross products, visit http://www.rossvideo.com