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Sourcefabric founder Sava Tactić recently spoke with Vahe Arabian, host of the State of Digital Publishing podcast, to discuss the myriad ways that open-source technologies are changing the news business.
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Consolidations and budget cuts have damaged the quality and quantity of news around the world. In Brazil, a group of journalists is working to solve this universal problem and is using Sourcefabric’s technology to do it.
Superdesk combines workflow management with decoupled CMS functionality, providing transparency and control throughout the content lifecycle, from news sourcing and creation to production and distribution.Read more
A live-blogging platform made for news professionals, Live Blog handles multimedia files as well as multiple authors with ease. Flexible blog timelines and content curation options further enhance your live coverage.Read more
An all-in-one package for your web radio station. Airtime Pro offers smart automation, social media integration, live broadcast and collaboration features for stations of any size.Read more
A web based, single-source publishing software for creating beautiful books, reports, manuals and more. An open source platform ideal for editorial teams working on complex projects, Booktype is very, very fast.Read more
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