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Receive free real-time coverage of Hurricane Isaac from The Storm Report

As Hurricane Isaac gains momentum in the Caribbean, threatening to attack the U.S.’s southeastern coast, reporters at The Storm Report are hard at work tracking its progress. Armed with a team of award-winning meteorologists and forecasters, The Storm Report is your best source of information about this storm and other Read more…

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Attention j-students: Scribble is hiring an intern

If your phone is stuffed with apps and your inbox overflowing with free product trials, we’ve got a job for you! ScribbleLive is looking for a tech-minded j-student or recent grad to take on an internship this fall. Liveblogging has become the defacto tool for covering breaking news. If you’re Read more…

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Find or sell real-time content in Scribble’s new Syndication Marketplace

Do you want access to high-quality real-time content of every single Olympic game? Shop our new Syndication Marketplace™! ScribbleLive clients have been using our LiveSyndication™ technology to syndicate their content amongst their own properties for a while now. It’s how Lee Enterprises lowers the costs of covering high-school sports, and Read more…

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New ScribbleLive features: iFrame support, Serbian, syndication

It’s new feature day at ScribbleLive! We have a few goodies to share with you this week, compliments of our in-house developers.

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Monetize your Live Blog Content with ScribbleLive’s Syndication Marketplace

ScribbleLive clients have been using our LiveSyndication™ technology to syndicate their content amongst their own properties for a while now. It’s how Lee Enterprises lowers the costs of covering high-school sports, and how Hearst ensures that each of its stations has access to high-quality breaking news content. But not every Read more…

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New feature? Try new generation! Introducing the Advanced Content Module

Live NATO coverage reported by Associated Press using Scribble’s new Advanced Content Module   Journalism continues to evolve at a rapid pace and a lot of newsrooms are struggling to keep up with the culture of now. ScribbleLive has just released a new feature set designed to tackle some fundamental Read more…

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New feature: Drop in Twitter or Facebook URLs

Here at ScribbleLive, we’re always looking for ways to improve our platform. We do that by continually talking with our clients about their challenges in producing real-time coverage. In our conversations with editors and reporters, you wanted to know: what’s the best way to harness conversations on Twitter and Facebook? Read more…

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New ScribbleLive feature: Drag and drop media files to publish

When it comes to real-time, every second counts. Like professional athletes, our developers are always looking for ways to skim a few off our record. We figure every unnecessary click is one more step between your reporting and your audience. With that in mind, our newest feature lets you skip a step Read more…

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Interviews

Cyclists use liveblogs to interact with Giro d’Italia fans

By Lillo Montalto Monella There are two different philosophies that could be followed to liveblog a three-week road bicycle stage race. One is to make sport fans feel like they are listening to the action from an old dusty radio; the other is to recreate that captivating setting of the Read more…

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Update: Load test date moved to Tuesday

In anticipation of the upcoming Facebook IPO, we have decided to delay the load test that was scheduled for today.  The purpose of this test is to benchmark the services we provide, and in doing so we must push them to their failure point. To ensure there will be no Read more…

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Best Practices

How to liveblog two days of Senate debate (and keep your sanity)

What does it take to liveblog two solid days of a lively senate debate? Ask Bob Collins, a politics reporter for Minnesota Public Radio. He live-reported his way through nearly 24 hours of a Minnesota House of Representatives and Senate debate of a bill to provide a large public subsidy Read more…

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May Day: How to cover global protests in real time

The annual protest/celebration that accompanies the first day of May, aka International Workers’ Day, resurrected the Occupy movement in many countries across the planet. Protests lend themselves well to liveblogs; reporters can spread out and collaboratively collect quotes, photos, video and audio files so readers can follow along in real Read more…

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