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Miles Kenyon

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Best Practices

Managing workflow with a large group

I sometimes think I have the best job at ScribbleLive. Among other duties, I’m primarily responsible for working with journalism students and introducing them to real-time content. They’re always energetic, eager and exceptionally creative. But since I’m usually empowering an entire class to cover an event, we’re left with a Read more…

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How to increase traffic through promotion

Don’t even get me started on the internet. I love it – I really do. But as a digital journalist, I often find myself discouraged and overwhelmed by the sheer volume of content available. “Why would anyone want to read my work, given how many other options are out there?” Read more…

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Announcements

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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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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Introduction to real-time

With the launch of our jazzy new ScribbleU curriculum, we thought it would be useful to give an updated introduction to real-time content. What is it? What kind of stories can be covered? And why should you be using it? Real-time content is information that you push our to your Read more…

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New features: Vine, YouTube and email notifications

Extra, extra! We’ve just released some new Vine and YouTube features that are certain to improve your audience engagement and simplify integrating media into your live event.

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Announcements

World Radio Day

Stop and listen. Chances are, if you pay close enough attention, you can hear the grandfather of real-time content. Radio. As we celebrate World Radio Day, we’re celebrating freedom of speech. Radio ushered in the first wave of up-to-the-minute broadcasting and revolutionized news by removing literacy barriers and bringing events directly Read more…

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Introducing new iPhone app

Nimble. Innovative. Responsive. These are the qualities of the modern journalist. They’re also the qualities of the modern news reader. Because most news events don’t break when we’re at our desk, it’s vital to be able to create interactive content on the fly and with ScribbleLive’s new iPhone app, we’ve put Read more…

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Introducing moderated discussion feature

Enabling clear and elegant discussions between readers and writers is an important aspect of real-time reporting. And our developers have just released the newest way to facilitate this: moderated discussions. Discussions are Facebook-style threaded comments that allow readers to comment on individual posts. These discussions provide secondary narratives to your liveblog Read more…

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Introducing internal chat feature

When covering events in real time, your team needs to be nimble and able to react quickly when the top story changes. Our developers have just released an awesome new feature to help organize your approach to producing real-time coverage. Meet our newest innovation: the internal chat feature. The new Read more…

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Tech Alert: TimelineJS

Our clients are always surprising us with the innovative ways they’re using our technology. A great example is one client who took a unique approach to a discussion they hosted about a German political party: they created an interactive timeline.

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