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London Lite10,877 posts since 4 Jan 2003
London London
Looks like the presenter has to play the clips from the column on the left, the script being on the right. I'd speculate clips are transferred from the newsroom and the presenter then just drags and drops. However it could be the editor that inserts the clips, so the presenter is aware of the running order without being too disrupted from driving the desk and updating their scripts as news comes in.
Worzel4,795 posts since 8 Jan 2008
Anglia (West) Look East (West sub-opt)
Looks like the presenter has to play the clips from the column on the left, the script being on the right. I'd speculate clips are transferred from the newsroom and the presenter then just drags and drops. However it could be the editor that inserts the clips, so the presenter is aware of the running order without being too disrupted from driving the desk and updating their scripts as news comes in.


Yes, it's Burli (and no, not the Kay variety). A common sight in most radio newsrooms. You can indeed change running orders on the fly and record and edit within it too. It also automatically ingests audio and scripts from IRN Net Newsroom. Its a bit like the old Barcode Newsroom software.

Last edited by Worzel on 2 December 2019 11:19pm
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