Join our beginner webinar for an introduction to our platform and real-time storytelling. We'll share tips and tricks for preparing for and promoting live events, examples of great real-time stories and ideas for events you can cover. We'll finish with a Q&A. Register below.
Interested in one-on-one training for you newsroom? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and ask about our custom curricula.
Our Twitter account tracks live events, so make sure you tweet us @scribblelive when you launch new events!
Visit our ScribbleU Wiki, your launchpad into ScribbleLive. It includes best practices, examples of great events and instructional videos to help you fine-tune your content.
The ScribbleLive blog is a great resource, where you can learn about new features, get tips from our team and read about different real-time strategies.
Join this class for everything you need to know before you run your first event. Includes an introduction to the platform and the most important features, as well as examples of successful liveblogs from our clients. Includes tips for preparing for and promoting live events. We’ll also answer your questions in a Q&A at the end.
If you’ve already mastered the liveblog basics, the Advanced class will teach you a few tricks and tips to improve your real-time coverage. We’ll focus on more complex features such as LiveArticle, syndication and our open-source API projects. We’ll show examples of customized white labels, widgets and mobile apps. We’ll answer your questions at the end in a Q&A.
This course is tailored to reporters and beat writers who focus on hard news. The course looks at how to run a hard news event, which usually lacks the preparation of other types of events. We talk about the ethics of live news reporting, the issues that should be discussed as a newsroom and tips and tricks to get your coverage to you readers faster and more accurately.
What makes for the best live sports coverage? What do readers want? How do you create a conversation? This course, aimed at live sports reporting, will show clients how to use real-time technology to its fullest potential as it relates to sports. We'll talk about making preparations before an event, how best to cover sports and using other social media for promotion.
Learn how to cover arts and entertainment in real-time with this course. We'll talk about issues that relate specifically to the arts and entertainment field, such as Q&As with actors and artists, increasing readership through promotion and adding a real-time element to soft news.
Real-time reporting presents a number of different ethical dilemmas. This course looks at how to prepare for them and looks at what ethical issues you may face while reporting in real-time. Rather than demonstrating particular tools and functions, this is a conversational course where we have an open discussion about newsroom experiences.
Court cases, more than others, demand special consideration when reporting in real-time. In this course, we'll look at the various problems that that may present themselves, ways to avoid them and ScribbleLive features that you can use to push your reporting above the crowd.
Tailored to the business side of news organizations, this course looks at ways to monetize your real-time content. It follows other clients' paths to success and gives suggestions based on the cutting-edge tools available at your fingertips. Whether it's creating a community and simply rotating ads or creating a syndication strategy and sharing your content around the world, this course looks at ways to put cash in your pockets.