Current Burli Tech News
Associated Press (AP) Media API
The Associated Press Newswire in America has changed the way it delivers news to broadcast newsrooms. The Web Feeds system that AP has used for most of the past decade is being retired in 2022 and has been replaced by a Media API.
Burli’s newsroom systems support the AP Media API delivery. Upgrading is normally a simple process.
Customers still needing to upgrade can contact the friendly team at email@example.com for full details or a helping hand with the changes.
Burli and Windows 11
Some newsrooms are now running Burli on Windows 11 with good success and no known issues.
Before you upgrade, one word of caution: we’ve heard anecdotally that some broadcast equipment – AoIP systems, audio hardware, USB devices, etc – is not yet Windows 11 ready. Burli itself is fine with Windows 11 – but not all the other IT gear your newsroom relies on may be just yet.
Log4J2 (aka Log4Shell, Log4J) vulnerability, December 2021
Burli does not use Java or the affected Java library. Read more…
Windows 7, Server 2008R2 End-of-Life, January 2020
Microsoft stopped all support for Windows 7 and Windows 2008R2 in January 2020. If you’re still using either we strongly recommend upgrading to something newer. Burli works well with all recent versions of Windows 10.
Burli ended its official support for Windows 7 and Server 2008R2 at the same time that Microsoft did. We can no longer guarantee that updates to Burli products will run reliably (or at all) on Windows 7/2008R2.
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