Monthly Archives:&npsp; March 2013

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Tech Alert: Map Tales

Map Tales is a free tool that allows users to “easily create and share map-based stories.” The best part? Those stories can then be embedded on people’s websites – and into ScribbleLive liveblogs. “Journalists, teachers, bloggers and storytellers (to name a few) use Map Tales to chronicle news events, scrapbook Read more…

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Best Practices

Kwame Kilpatrick verdict draws 70,000 viewers

Detroit Free Press readers were glued to the news site’s live coverage of the Kwame Kilpatrick trial verdict on Monday. The former mayor of Detroit was convicted of 24 of the 30 charges laid against him, including fraud and extortion. The live coverage was so successful that when reporter and Pulitzer Prize-winner Read more…

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New Tricks: 68-year-old Journalist Shows the Way

It’s a question you hear in newsrooms around the world: how do you get print and web journalists working together without sparking tribal warfare between old school reporters and the more digitally-inclined. Sometimes it takes a 68-year-old Swiss journalist armed with a liveblog to show that it can be done. Read more…

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Need to report in real time? Here are 6 resources to get you started

Preparing to report something in real time? Here’s a list of resources to help you prepare and execute the best live coverage. 1. Our ScribbleU Courses No matter what sort of coverage you’re planning on doing, we’ve got you covered with custom courses on the following types of coverage: Breaking Read more…

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Introducing new Android app

You’re driving down the highway when a tractor trailer flips. You’re nowhere near the office and your editor is finished for the day. How do you get coverage of this event out to your readers before your competitors? If you have an Android phone, you use the new ScribbleLive app.

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Learn to monetize your real-time content with ScribbleU

Both master real-time content creators and beginner Scribblers alike know that when it comes to business, money talks. That’s why we’re proud to introduce our Monetization course as part of ScribbleU‘s brand-spanking new curriculum.

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ScribbleU beat courses

You’ve taken the basic ScribbleU course and can handle the platform like nobody’s business. So, what now? If you’re a beat reporter, ScribbleLive offers endless possibilities to extend and improve your coverage through our tailored courses taught by digital journalism specialists.

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