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Paid internship opportunity at ScribbleLive

Journalism and content marketing are anything but an easy market to break into. It’s competitive, challenging and seemingly-exclusive. So how do you get ahead? You show editors and producers that you have what they need: the latest technological and storytelling skills. We’re looking for a sharp, eager and narrative-minded intern Read more…

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How Apple’s iPhone 5c event was covered in real time

At ScribbleLive, there’s no day like Apple day. Nothing draws the online world’s attention like a new iPhone, and readers demand every iota of gossip, stats and specs–all in real time. This year, so many of our clients ran live coverage that we reached record-breaking traffic levels. Here’s a look Read more…

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Client Success Manager – Corporate

Scribble is seeking a seasoned client success manager to support and grow ScribbleLive’s portfolio of corporate brand accounts. This is a new role at ScribbleLive. Your focus will be driving product adoption and the illustrating value our platform and network. In this role you are an evangelist inspiring some of Read more…

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Liveblogs create engagement, attract advertisers

The Press Association has been busy this week preparing its live coverage of the royal birth (spoiler: it’s a boy!). The long-time Scribble client has built a syndication business around its real-time coverage, selling its coverage to both its newswire subscribers as well as clients in the Scribble network, all Read more…

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TechCrunch profiles ScribbleLive’s $8M funding raise

ScribbleLive turned 5 last month. Our birthday party was typical of most 5-year-olds, all hotdogs and ice cream. CEO Michael De Monte sweetened the celebration with the announcement of $8 million in financing, a vote of confidence from investors new and old that Scribble has great things in the works. TechCrunch’s Darrell Read more…

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New features improve Scribble’s Syndication Marketplace

As our Syndication Marketplace became more popular — syndicated Election Day coverage reached over 150 million user engagement minutes — our developers have been hard at work making the experience of syndicating real-time content seamless for all our clients. This week we’ve rolled out two major changes to Marketplace: Syndication Read more…

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How newsrooms covered U.S. Election Day in real time

Election Day was a big day for ScribbleLive, capping off a long campaign where clients liveblogged everything from the Democratic and Republican conventions to live Q&As with analysts to tick-tock real-time analysis as voting closed across America.  You’ve all heard by now that the U.S. Election Day was the most-tweeted Read more…

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Introducing User Engagement Minutes

ScribbleLive has made some changes to how we measure the success of a live event. We’ve adopted a new metric we think is more relevant to our clients and their advertisers: user engagement minutes. ScribbleLive’s switch to engagement minutes from our traditional bandwidth metric is more in line with objectives Read more…

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CNN adapts the second screen to TV news

Have you ever used a second screen while watching TV? Second screens are what happens when you combine a shrinking attention span with a ravenous appetite for real-time information. Media companies use them to allow sports fans to follow and contribute to play-by-play dissection of the game they’re watching, or to allow reality Read more…

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Big changes are coming to the way ScribbleLive uses Twitter

Twitter has recently updated their display guidelines, so ScribbleLive built some new features to make it easier for your readers to interact with tweets on your liveblog. We’ve also made it easier to send your liveblog content out to Twitter. The company’s new rules require any outside company wanting to Read more…

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Introducing: ScribbleLive Discussions

ScribbleLive’s developers are on a roll this week. On Tuesday we unveiled a new suite of reporting tools to track your readers. Now we’re introducing Discussions. Discussions are conversations that happen on individual liveblog posts: think threaded comments a la Facebook. Anyone can use a social login to comment on Read more…

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Introducing a new Scribble feature: Reporting analytics

Our developers have been busy coding all summer to bring you some fantastic new features. First up: we’ve beefed up our reporting tools to include even more important data about your readers. They’ll help you make informed decisions about the types of events that are the most successful, which time of Read more…

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