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The bad news is that we are no longer actively developing or supporting Newscoop. The good news is that Superdesk Publisher, our newest digital-native publishing platform, picks up where Newscoop left off.
Corners Live is the digital extension for CORNERS, a platform for artists and audiences, designed and driven by cultural organisations at the edges of Europe. Corners Live is a growing online space for CORNERS projects and artwork using the Newscoop theme Storyteller. The first extended project is 'Put yourself in my place'.
According to Dominic Smith, who is responsible for building the platform, Storyteller “has such a minimalistic design that it doesn’t get in the way of the art. It lets the art breath and allows people who are viewing it to get a sense that they are genuinely engaging in the artwork itself.”
Montgomery–FM! is the premiere webcast in a network created by Smartcast®; in an effort to reach the river region's mobile and diverse population. They offer coverage on public affairs, news, and music programming 24 hours a day.
Guatemala's leading daily, founded by José Rubén Zamora, whom the International Press Institute named one of 50 World Press Freedom Heroes of the 20th century.
"Newscoop has allowed us to develop a high level of interactivity with our readers. It's possible for us to build photo galleries, editorial content and blogs on a single software solution." — Juan Luis Font, director, El Periódico
"Newscoop works well for us in the educational environment. Students can be given roles (and these can be rotated by us) and it seems to give them a sense of knowing what they are doing and how that fits in with the site." — Hadrian Cawthorne, IT manager, Department of Journalism Studies, JUSNews
Kolubarske provides independent coverage of western Serbia, focusing whenever possible on the positive.
"Cooperation with Sourcefabric has been a precious experience. Thanks to them, we made steps forward in internet journalism. I'm looking forward to future collaboration." — Darija Ranković, editor-in-chief, Kolubarske