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Robin Minchom

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ScribbleLive Spotlight: Navy Yard Shooting, Concordia and Apple

The cold is setting in, the leaves are starting to turn and news websites are no longer filled with animal stories and holiday snaps – the summer is well and truly behind us. To help ease this painful transition, we’re bringing together five of the best real-time events from the Read more…

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ScribbleLive Spotlight: Merkel, crime reporting and a paddle boat

Live events this week have been dominated by the end of the transfer market, which saw European football clubs spend an inordinate amount of money on new players. But despite the media frenzy surrounding this event (in Europe at least), it’s important to remember that it has not been the only thing Read more…

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Transfer Deadline Day – LIVE

It’s a day that either represents the most exciting, nail-biting 24 hours in football or confirms the folly of the modern game. It’s the last day for European football clubs to buy the brightest and best young players, and buy they will; officials will spend hundreds of millions of pounds, Read more…

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ScribbleLive Spotlight: Syria, Hostages and Air Guitars

In last week’s Spotlight, it was the turmoil in Egypt that took the headlines. This week, the attention has turned to another Arab state in crisis: Syria. Reports that nerve gas was used to kill people in a Damascus neighbourhood shocked the international community and has provoked murmurings of military Read more…

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ScribbleLive Spotlight: Egypt, the Premier League and German debates

Last week, the news belonged to Egypt and to the chaos that has resulted in hundreds of deaths, thousands of injuries and the destruction of cities across the country. We highlighted some of the best live coverage in a blog post last week, one example which we feature again in Read more…

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Chaos grips Cairo – Live

Once again Egypt has become the unfortunate focus of the world’s attention as security forces’ attempts to clear out pro-Morsi protesters have turned Cairo into a war zone. The death toll is rising, amid reports that both a Sky News cameraman and the daughter of the Muslim Brotherhood’s leader have Read more…

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Marking anniversaries in real time

Important anniversaries have always been a great source of column inches. A historical context story here, an opinion piece there and plenty of hindsight everywhere. With real-time technology, you can approach these events with fresh perspectives and give the readers’ voices more prominent roles. The examples below should give you Read more…

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ScribbleLive Spotlight: Belgian Abdication, a Frozen Journey and Korea

Last week, a train came off the tracks in the North of Spain in a tragedy that killed 79 people. Coverage of this and some really innovative uses of the platform make up this week’s ScribbleLive Spotlight. Funeral for the victims of Santiago by Vocento (home page) Spain has been in Read more…

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The real-time royal baby

It’s the most hotly anticipated royal birth since Prince William, the father to be, and the royally-inclined around the world are waiting with baited breath. The reporters who have been camped outside the hospital for weeks — enduring the #greatkatewait — have sprung into action and their Scribble coverage is Read more…

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ScribbleLive Spotlight: Egypt unrest, JFK and a firefighter

Last week the world watched in with amazement as the Egyptian military ousted the country’s democratically-elected president. The story was high drama indeed, with twists, turns and new developments throughout, making it perfect to follow in real time. Coverage of this uprising takes up one slot in this week’s ScribbleLive Read more…

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Postimees: A Day in the Life

It’s a pretty complex machine, a newsroom, with hundreds of cogs working together to deliver that folded paper that accompanies your morning coffee. That may be becoming a slightly antiquated image these days, but in Estonia it’s still relevant and it’s the image that kicks off Postimees’ 24-hour live coverage from their Read more…

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ScribbleLive Spotlight: Gillard, Gandolfini and Boot Camp

ScribbleLive is a pretty international company you know and this week Spotlight reflects that better than ever: five different events in five different countries (not quite five continents, but three isn’t bad). Political turmoil down under and painful mourning in the Big Apple are just two of the entries in Read more…

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