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Every major news story now brings with it a minefield of fake pictures for newsrooms to sort though, a minefield that grows ever bigger each ear. Verified Pixel is a Knight Foundation-funded prototype that aims to speed up verification by automating and simplifying that process. This article was written by Alastair Reid, Managing Editor of First Draft News.
One thing we can say for certain is that we are uncertain about the future of the news industry. Trends come and go and there is no silver bullet for keeping an online newsroom competitive. So unless you’ve got a crystal ball tucked away somewhere, I'm placing my money on Superdesk, a future-proof newsroom management system.
Eyewitness reports have become a regular source of information for the world’s media, one of the things we have observed in our work in this space is that not enough organisations are actively involved in verifying the reports they receive.
Today marks the release of Live Blog 3.0 beta. While this is exciting, it brings up some important questions about the differences between the 2.0 and 3.0 versions. What's new in 3.0? Why is 3.0 considered a completely different product than 2.0? What does Superdesk have to do with all of this? Read on my friends...read on.
Among the latest additions to our organisation were three new developers. We’ve already introduced Oleg, the Booktype developer. Here’s the joint team profile of the two Superdesk developers: Aleksandar and Nemanja.
Images always increased the power of a story. And this never more so than today. The proliferation of smartphones and digital cameras means that when news occurs, the first person to capture it will likely not be a journalist. User-generated content is flooding newsrooms, however, it seems newsrooms struggle with verification of this content, frequently misunderstand it, or — at worst — ignore it completely.
Always one of the best journalism events on the calendar each year, the Perugia International Journalism Festival left me interested and inspired as usual. Spanning 5 days with over 600 speakers at the festival (not to mention our own presentation on Superdesk), there was plenty to be excited about.
Superdesk is headed to the International Journalism Festival in Perugia, Italy. What are the main Superdesk features right now? What does the future roadmap look like? Learn about this and more during our session presentation this Saturday.