Monthly Archives:&npsp; January 2012

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Liveblogging bonanza at the Golden Globes

By ALLENDRIA BRUNJES The stars were out in droves at the Golden Globe Awards last night – and so were the livebloggers. From dresses to dogs, reporters were busy posting photos, videos and quick one-liners about the awards show all night. Take Variety, for example. As actors rolled in, reporters posted from ScribbleLive’s mobile apps and through Twitter, giving Read more…

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J-prof uses ScribbleLive to teach participatory journalism

Redefining Journalism is a research site dedicated to exploring participatory journalism. It’s run by Nicole Blanchett Neheli, a j-prof at Sheridan College and an editor for journalism news site J-Source.ca. Both Sheridan and J-Source are part of ScribbleLive’s donation program. Nicole discovered ScribbleLive while visiting the online journalism class at Ryerson Read more…

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How to cover CES 2012 in real time

Is there any event that lends itself more perfectly to liveblogging than the world’s largest consumer technology exhibition? CNET’s ambitious coverage of CES 2012 has brought the media company where no other has gone before: live-streaming nearly every presser while simultaneously publishing more than 20 liveblogs along with live running Read more…

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Two Canadian startups support mobile journalists

Nearly half of media consumers get their news from mobile devices, according to Pew Research’s latest State of the Media report. It’s only natural that journalists too are turning to mobile to report, curate and publish the news. A story about the shift to real-time and mobile reporting published by Read more…

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3 ways media covered the Iowa caucuses in real time

When the US Republican party held its annual caucuses to determine its next official presidential nominee, a lot of ScribbleLive client’s used liveblogs to cover the event. Here’s a look at three different real-time coverage tactics the media companies used. Reuters Reuters’ reporters focussed on filing longer, more in-depth analysis Read more…

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ScribbleLive included in two “best of” lists as 2011 ends

Website CMSWire has compiled a list of 2011’s major accomplishments in Digital Asset Management, and ScribbleLive was pointed out as a great example of re-purposing existing content in order to cover events. Software like Scribble answers CMSWire’s question of “How do you make the most out of social media without tweeting away Read more…

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