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Sourcefabric founder Sava Tatić 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.
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.
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.
Sourcefabric z.ú., Europe’s largest developer of open-source technology for the news media, is doubling the size of its Prague headquarters and merging its German for-profit subsidiary, Sourcefabric GmbH, with its Czech commercial arm, Sourcefabric Ventures s.r.o.
News agencies rely on a variety of tools to keep wire-service subscribers abreast of coverage plans, but many solutions are not user friendly. In response, Sourcefabric and the Australian Associated Press teamed up to build Agenda; we spoke with AAP Technical Analyst Michael Gourlay to learn how Agenda works.
Journalists are collaborating like never before. During a recent gathering of news-agency executives in Hanoi, we offered insights into how digital newsroom software can improve operational efficiency.
Insajder, an investigative news outlet based in Serbia, has launched a microsite called "Big small stories" to highlight the experiences of individuals who are impacted by corruption, graft and malfeasance on a societal scale and involve readers in its reporting.