Ross Video and x.news Partner Up to Integrate Research and Intelligence Tools into Inception

Ross Video and x.news Partner Up to Integrate Research and Intelligence Tools into Inception

Ross Video & XNews

Ross Video announces their partnership with x.news to integrate their research and intelligence tools into Inception News, Ross’ browser based newsroom content and editorial system that places social media integration right into the center of news production. Together Ross and x.news will provide a seamless solution for story research, as well as tracking from end-to-end.

 

x.news has been developed as a research module plug-in to Inception, embedded within its browser-based user interface. Journalists will now be given the ability to drag and drop content and projects between the two systems.

 

“Journalists need their workflow to be as simple and seamless as possible, and that is what we are setting out to achieve,” . “Ross’ Inception News is an important new player in the newsroom system market, and we are very pleased to be working with them.” said Andy Pongratz, CEO of x.news information technology, the company behind x.news

 

“The research capability of x.news will be an important addition for our customers,” said Shawn Snider, Director of Inception at Ross Video. “Working with trusted partners like x.news helps us to provide our users with more production power, flexibility, and a better user experience.”


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