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2020 Year in Review from Sourcefabric News

A look back at some of the positive events of 2020 at Sourcefabric.

almost 2 years ago

The technology journalists need in the COVID-19 era from Sourcefabric News

In a recent survey, 67% of journalists in 125 countries identified training on technologies to support remote reporting and publishing as among their most urgent needs. In this interview with Sourcefabric, ICFJ-Tow Center study co-author Dr. Julie Posetti explains.

almost 2 years ago

Press Release: The Canadian Press Launches with Superdesk from Sourcefabric News

Canada’s news agency joins the growing ranks of global media organisations powered by Superdesk, Sourcefabric's industry-leading open-source newsroom software.

about 2 years ago

OpEd: The Billionaire Boondoggle No One is Talking About from Sourcefabric News

Sourcefabric’s Managing Director Sava Tatić writes for Project Syndicate that when big media companies – like Jeff Bezos' Washington Post – sell their software to other news organisations, the entire industry loses.

about 2 years ago

The Post-COVID Newsroom: Big Ideas for Better Journalism from Sourcefabric News

How COVID-19 is changing the news industry, and how journalists can turn the crisis into opportunity: transcript of a webinar held with leading experts in audience and media development.

about 2 years ago

How can technology support the future of public-interest journalism? from Sourcefabric News

Collaboration and data are both becoming more important for journalists; newsroom software and standalone tools play an important supporting role.

about 2 years ago

Press Release: Sourcefabric’s Newsroom Technology is Powering Canada’s Local Journalism Initiative from Sourcefabric News

Providing the technological solution to LJI is a confirmation of Sourcefabric's mission – to create robust open-source software that strengthens journalism and empowers underrepresented voices.

about 2 years ago

Metadata Matters: Why Journalism’s Future is in the Weeds from Sourcefabric News

Media consultant and Syracuse University professor Vin Crosbie explains why clear metadata structures and efficient workflows will be what makes or breaks news organisations of the future.

over 2 years ago

Press Release: National Catholic Register Selects Superdesk from Sourcefabric News

The National Catholic Register, one of the United States’ oldest sources of Catholic news and opinion, joins the growing ranks of media organisations powered by our industry-leading open-source headless CMS.

over 2 years ago

Covering the Coronavirus: Live Blog Use Cases from Sourcefabric News

Live Blog Case studies: How news organisations in Europe are using Live Blog to cover the coronavirus epidemic plus a free guide with tips and best practices.

over 2 years ago

Media Innovation: the ‘Other’ Casualty of AAP’s Closure from Sourcefabric News

When a news agency disappears from the media ecosystem, local news coverage is the first to feel the impact. But media innovation also suffers, as the journalism world will soon discover if the Australian Associated Press is shuttered as planned.

over 2 years ago

Why your newsroom needs open-source software from Sourcefabric News

News organisations of all sizes are shelving proprietary tools in favour of open-source options for publishing, reporting, and content-creation needs. Here are five reasons why your newsroom should be next.

over 2 years ago

Statement on the Closure of Australian Associated Press (AAP) from Sourcefabric News

We are dismayed by the decision on the part of AAP’s shareholders to close the country’s primary news agency. 

over 2 years ago

How To Customise Your Airtime Pro Radio Page from Sourcefabric News

Customising the look and functionality of your online radio station is a great way to get your branding message across and forge a deeper connection with your audience. 

over 2 years ago

Registration, Retention, and Recommendation: 2020’s Top Trends in Newsroom Tech from Sourcefabric News

The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University has published its Journalism, Media, and Technology Trends and Predictions 2020. Given our focus on open-source tools for journalism, here are our top takeaways.

over 2 years ago