It isn’t news without graphics
Newsroom graphics, used to full effect, can help get the word out on any targeted subject to the audience in a way that mere narration simply cannot do.
We’ve all heard that: “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words,” but how about a picture designed to speak to us? Images that aren’t just a happy coincidence that fit what we are trying to convey? Can those images say more than a thousand words?
is another big subject this time of year – what makes it possible? The right tools, pleasingly packaged in the right graphic representation for you newsroom. With today’s technology, we can now make this driving force in our society interactive. Vizrt has solutions and answers for this area of newsroom graphic inquiry, also. The big story being presented is who is going to end-up running the country, not the graphics themselves. The graphics for such serious subjects need just the right balance; they can’t be too plain and they can’t be too distracting. Graphics need the perfect balance between shoddy and gaudy to do this. This is ideally achieved by a graphic artist with just the right tools. The graphic artist helps build the environment for the journalists to showcase the election coverage in. Then, the interactive tools provided allow the presenter to really dig into the details with the audience. Vizrt’s template- based system helps the journalist craft the election news. Select candidates, monitor live data, build an election playlist, etc. The interactive graphic system is data-driven and allows the presenter total control over the content. Weaving the correct election coverage for your studio can also be aided by Vizrt’s Social TV Solution, which provides additional social media tracking, as well as editorial and production tools.
With the help of digital age technology, we can ever-pack more graphics into live broadcasts and still have a smooth workflow. Newsroom graphics help contain, guide, shape, focus, and showcase the news. By using graphics as a facilitator of the news, we can help keep sometimes complex subjects as clear for the audience as possible. Journalists and camera operators provide raw content, and graphic artists provide the ideal framework to present the story in; then, the journalist does the final polish and presents the finished work for the news consumers.
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