Below are just a few of the news organisations worldwide that are powered by open source Newscoop
São Paulo, Brazil
Brasil 247 is a leading online news publication that is embracing digital journalism. They are also building a network of regional news sites throughout Brazil, all powered by Newscoop. Read how Sourcefabric helped Brasil 247 build a responsive news site.
"Working with Sourcefabric has been great for so many reasons. Our relationship was much more than customer/supplier. Sourcefabric has a culture similar to ours. We both believe in a more democratic media environment." — Leonardo Attuch, founder
Go to www.brasil247.com
San Salvador, El Salvador
Newscoop powers El Faro, the first online-only news site in Central America.
"Soucefabric's content management system has made publishing so easy for us that we now have more time to focus on the important stuff: producing high quality journalism." — Carlos Dada, editorial director, El Faro
Go to www.elfaro.net
The largest German-language website dedicated to news for people with disabilities. Read how Newscoop helps Kobinet Nachrichten meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
"Newscoop lends itself particularly well for developing responsive CSS and this adds to the attractiveness of the CMS for developers looking to build accessible websites." — Hubertus Thomasius, head of IT, Kobinet Nachrichten
TagesWoche approached Sourcefabric to build a complicated convergence of news feeds, editorial content and community input that output effortlessly to print, online and mobile platforms.
"The things that I liked most working with Sourcefabric were the easy-going co-operation during the design process, the efficiency of their problem-solving and their openness towards unconventional ideas from the editorial team." — Remo Leupin, chief editor, print, TagesWoche
Go to www.tageswoche.ch
A non-profit and independent media platform set up in 2013 by a group of exiled Azerbaijani activists and writers, Meydan TV seeks to improve access to independent information in and about Azerbaijan. Read more.
"Working with Sourcefabric has made our digital dreams come true. With your IT power, we could introduce a new level of quality to our audience in Azerbaijan. Sourcefabric is a professional and reliable partner. We always enjoy working with you." — Emin Milli, founder and editor-in-chief
Go to https://www.meydan.tv/
Belrynok is an independent startup online news organisation that provides a platform for high quality information, analytic journalism and expert opinion.
“Our new website was ready within a three-week period. The fast start of Belrynok.by was possible thanks to the great support by Sourcefabric. The ready-to-use Newscoop themes are really easy to use. We plan to improve our site with new services and sections in the future; we are really excited to use more features provided by Sourcefabric.” Yuri Sezen, website administrator
Go to http://www.belrynok.by/
Insajder was originally an investigative TV program whose authors created more than 120 episodes that aired between 2004 and 2015 on TV B92. During its existence, the creators interviewed more than 500 people and displayed over 1,000 pieces of evidence of fraud, corruption and crime in Serbia and the region. The project was relaunched in 2016 as Insajder.net.
Most of what people know about Afghanistan has been told by foreigners. Western soldiers, NGO workers, politicians, and journalists. Somehow one perspective has been conspicuously absent: the Afghan one.
Afghanistan Today brought together a team of Afghan journalists, photographers and filmmakers from all parts of the country, in order to enrich the debate about Afghanistan with their perspectives.
zentral+ provides in-depth coverage of local politics, economics, society and culture in Central Switzerland. Read how Newscoop helps zentral+ readers interact with the magazine.
"I really appreciated working with Sourcefabric, especially in the days before launching zentral+. I experienced the Sourcefabric team as very helpful and friendly." — Yvonne Anliker, chief editor, zentral+
Go to www.zentralplus.ch