Anna Rohleder, Sourcefabric’s communications director, discusses news-technology development and the future of open-source software with German daily Kobinet-Nachrichten.
Unlike many CMSs, which jettison production data at the end of publishing, in Superdesk, those bytes are saved and reused by the Analytics Module, helping newsroom managers answer key questions about their internal operations.
While every newsroom operates differently, at its core, the news-making process can be codified. For software developers, those standardised bits of data are the equivalent of digital gold.
Norwegian online news site Nettavisen has used Live Blog to cover news events that generate a lot of discussion, such as the Premier League football player trading season, as well as the controversial trial of domestic terrorist Anders Behring Breivik in 2012.
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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
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