Sava Tatić, Managing Director of Sourcefabric o.p.s.Sourcefabric is happening. Building on 10 years of experience in developing software for journalists, Sourcefabric has expanded significantly in recent months. The team features over 30 members now, with offices in three cities and many more satellites on all continents.
Sourcefabric hire people who have a journalistic background in their work, covering software development, design, implementation, marketing and consulting. This way Sourcefabric makes sure to develop software fitting the needs of media.
In 2010 the former Center for Advanced Media–Prague (CAMP) transformed itself into an entirely autonomous organisation - Sourcefabric o.p.s. - dedicated to enabling quality journalism through open source software and professional services. The Sourcefabric headquarters are based in the historic city center of Prague, Czech Republic with branches in Berlin, Germany and Toronto, Canada.
“Both the journalist's 'source' (the origin of information) and the programmer's 'source' (the code on which software is built) are vital to the work we do. We are concerned with the 'fabric' of these things - their structures, relations and interactions.” - says Sava Tatić, Managing Director of Sourcefabric o.p.s.
Sourcefabric provides solutions for different fields of media production. All products work hand in hand, assuring scalability and long term growth. The media suite consists of:
The fourth piece of the puzzle is currently in stealth mode and will remain like this until mid 2011.
“All four of our products are designed by journalists, for journalists to champion quality media,” says Douglas Arellanes, Director of Clients and Services. “We believe that 2010 marked the return of journalism. Relevance, transparency and professional content have risen again while new technologies have finally established new profitable markets. Sourcefabric is ready for the challenge.”