Thousands of journalists all over the world are using Burli today. Some are in modest newsrooms in small towns, others are in journalism schools and new media programs, and others are correspondents filing to some of the best-known newsrooms in the industry.
Whether you’re a major-market powerhouse, a national network, a regional public broadcaster or a small-market station, there’s an operation like yours already running Burli.
Here’s just a couple we could name!
1010Wins (New York, USA)
It’s America’s largest media market and the unrelenting pace of all-news demands the very best in broadcast technology.
After comparing the best news production systems available, the station that invented the all-news format uses Burli for all its news gathering, editing and broadcasting… 24 hours a day.
Global Radio (London, UK)
Global Radio boasts the UK’s top 3 radio brands and has stations and hubs in over 33 locations across the country. Burli produces hundreds of bulletins a day across the network and shares stories, audio and running orders across locations.
Global’s LBC News, London’s only continuous news radio station, is on-air every minute of every day with Burli from Leicester Square.
JR FM (Vancouver, Canada)
Burli runs more than the newsroom.
Sure, JR-FM uses Burli to produce news, traffic and weather through the day. But the Country music station also uses Burli for quick-editing contest calls, audio logging, air checks, audio production and more.
Burli runs some of the world’s busiest radio newsroom. But it’s also loved by local stations with modest budgets and small newsrooms.