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Miles Kenyon

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Scribble Chat round-up: Political reporting

From furloughed employees to allegations of crack-smoking mayors, political reporting rarely fails to entertain. Now throw in the ability for politicians and journalists to report in real-time and we have an entirely new beast to tame. On today’s Scribble Chat, we pulled in three political reporters from three different countries Read more…

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Scribble Chat round-up: Always-on content marketing

The world is “Always-On” – is your content marketing strategy? For last week’s Scribble Chat, we spoke with Robert Rose, chief strategist for the Content Marketing Institute and ScribbleLive CMO Aleya Chattopadhyay. They discussed the rapid development of technology, the changing attitudes of consumers and a world without Angry Birds. Read more…

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‘Insert sporting metaphor here’ in real-time

Whether your fans count touchdowns, home runs or hat tricks, they have one thing in common: they’re passionate about their sport. And, chances are, if you provide them with richer content and better access to the action the action, they’ll take advantage of it. So why not run your next Read more…

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Scribble Chat round-up: Boston Bombings

The Boston Marathon bombings and Watertown manhunt challenged real-time reporters in many ways. Between the trauma, mixed reports, faulty tweets, photos rushed to publication and people rushing to find loved ones – how did they discern what’s right? And how did they make that decision when mere seconds separated them Read more…

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Tech alert: Hurricane tracker

We’re right in the eye of hurricane season. Are you prepared? You may have battened down the hatches, secured extra bottles of clean drinking water and stocked up on hurricane chow. But how are you going to keep your readers informed of the storm’s anticipated path of destruction and exact Read more…

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Scribble Chat round-up: Real-time in the classroom

As journalism schools educate the next generation of reporters and editors, we have to wonder: are they learning all the skills they need to enter a rapidly changing job market? Former Scribble Chat panelist Steve Buttry has written about how important real-time skills are for getting into any modern newsroom Read more…

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Scribble Chat roundup: Real-time sports reporting

Sports were made for real time. The pace, the community, the personalities: everything translates well to a liveblog. But, like most things in life, real-time sports coverage is easy to learn but difficult to master which is why we devoted an entire Scribble Chat to it!

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New features: Twitter Sidebar Filters, Comment + Tweet and Moderation Shortcuts

Liveblogging is all about thinking on your feet and building on your previous achievements. With that in mind, we’re incredibly proud to announce the release of some new features that are bound to make your adventures in real time more successful than ever.

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Chris Hadfield’s real-time return

He’s received accolades from the Canadian Prime Minister, dominated the Twitterverse and even covered Bowie. And Monday, after five months aboard the International Space Station, Canadian astronaut-cum-superstar Chris Hadfield returned to earth. As would be expected with the return of any celebrity, his safe landing in Kazakhstan was covered in Read more…

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Tech Alert: SoundCloud

People often think of online content in terms of visuals: riveting text, stunning photos, unbelievable graphics. But what about sound? ScribbleLive customers are always finding new and innovative ways to use the platform and many have expanded into the audio realm (I even wrote a blog post about it). And Read more…

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Introducing Articles: revolutionizing how to tell stories in real-time

If we had a one-word mantra at ScribbleLive, it would be this: empower. We want to empower every user to become a master of real-time storytelling. To that end, we’ve just released a brand new way to craft intricate and thoughtful narratives: we call them Articles, but they’re much more Read more…

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Simplifying workflow: raw feeds and advanced posts

Real-time reporting is a lovely, crazy beast: in addition to worrying about the scandal that just broke, you need to ensure that your reporter’s copy is flawless, your photographer’s pics are properly cropped and your entire team is working as efficiently as possible. And if anyone knows just how crazy Read more…

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