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New research examines the nature of liveblogging

A recently published study by City University London looks at the popularity of liveblogs in comparison to other online content. Researchers Neil Thurman and Anna Walters found that liveblogs “receive more visitors for longer periods of time than conventional articles or picture galleries on the same subject.” Their research shows Read more…

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Citizen liveblogging: Using real-time technology to convey the public’s message

Many news organizations have used ScribbleLive for online collaboration, supplementing their reporters’ content with photos, comments and video from their audiences. But lately, outlets have been using ScribbleLive’s real-time technology to take it one step further. From building homes in El Salvador to telling an election story with expats, Scribblers Read more…

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How to survive liveblogging a J-festival

The first, unwritten rule of journalism is: be prepared, and bear in mind who you are writing for. Needless to say, this applies when liveblogging journalism festivals too. This is the most precise advice I can give after my hectic experience covering the Glocal12 j-festival in Varese, Italy, the country’s Read more…

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