Join ScribbleLive on March 11th at 11 a.m. EDT, as we gather some of the top digital thinkers in sports media to share the experiences and lessons they’ve acquired over the years running some of the biggest digital projects in online sports.
66% of devoted fans go online at least once per day for sports-related reasons. But with so many different sources contributing to the flood of onli[…]
ScribbleLive is looking for a Public Relations Intern to join our growing marketing team for the summer of 2014. We are seeking someone who sees an internship as an opportunity to contribute on a larger scale, not merely a resume builder.
You’ll be closely involved with our company’s continued growth, and will work with us as a valued member of the team. This position will offer a diverse[…]
MapBox is an online tool that lets you make easy, customizable, beautiful maps. It uses data from OpenStreetMap, a crowdsourced street mapping initiative.
MapBox is great as a storytelling tool and is being used by news organizations around the world, such as Le Monde, The Guardian, The Washington Post and NPR. It’s also used by FourSquare and Pinterest.
Here are some great examples from M[…]
There's no experience quite like watching a major sporting event live. Unfortunately, this isn't always an option for fans--case and point, the Sochi Olympics. Luckily, ScribbleLive was there to offer a solution to online publications who wanted to produce content with the ‘live’ feel of the games.
By compiling and publishing live coverage using our platform, media outlets provided real-time[…]
New office and expanded team in London will enable further growth and penetration in Europe’s sports, corporate, and media sectors.
February 25, 2014—TORONTO—Scribble Technologies Inc. (Scribble), the world’s leading end-to-end content engagement platform, today announced its continued expansion into the European market with the opening of a new, expanded London office. This announcemen[…]
Real-time coverage is often produced and consumed in small bites, making it easier to digest than lengthy articles. But amidst a stream of content, the message can get confusing without context. In any type of storytelling, background or explanatory information is necessary in delivering a strong message to your audience. Here are five tips to ensure your live content always makes sense:
Digital media is quickly becoming ubiquitous with the modern sports experience. Whether it’s sharing stories and videos with friends online, checking social media sites for live updates, or browsing team stats on a smartphone during the game, fans rely on the Internet even more than the television for sports content.
But with so many different sources contributing to the flood of sports conte[…]
Say hello to beautiful real-time content, designed specifically for mobile devices.
Our mobile themes have long been an integral part of ScribbleLive’s ability to deliver your real-time content to your audience in relevant ways, and today, we’ve released a new mobile theme that will make engagement a breeze for audiences accessing your content on a mobile device.
While the new de[…]
IFTTT is more than just a tool that’s fun to say three times fast. Its catchphrase – “Make the Internet work for you” couldn’t be more accurate. In short, it gathers information you want from almost anywhere on the web, and delivers that information to you in a variety of ways of your choosing. You tell IFTTT: If one thing happens, then execute an action. Also, it’s free!
You can us[…]
Neil Thurman and his colleagues at the City University London have published another study examining live blogs. Although we at ScribbleLive no longer refer to our technology as a “live blogging” platform, the idea of real-time content and user engagement is still at the core of our products.
Please note that during data collection, all measures were taken to ensure the privacy of our cli[…]