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Articles tagged liveblogging (13)

A Chrome plug-in allowed reporters to write posts in an internal Slack channel and editors to edit those posts before publishing straight to the live blog.
How “bridging elites” help on Twitter, perceptions of news by a skeptical public, and Wikipedia pages as newsmaking destinations: all that and more in this month’s roundup of the academic literature.
“Experimenting live — just doing it — is the best way to learn,” a Post editor says.
While Boston.com focused on community outreach and delivering “what you need to know,” BostonGlobe.com delved into traditional reporting backed by multimedia and interactive graphics. Justin Ellis
Vox’s VP for product and technology talks about the importance of community, the value of long features, and the role of sponsored content.
What kind of technology, planning, and editorial imagination go into cover events like Apple announcements through liveblogs?
Revised rules for the Breaking News category want journalists’ work to emphasize “real-time reporting.” Justin Ellis
How the “Internet newspaper” is building the future of context, one update at a time. Simon Owens
Creating a separate space for covering big events is a way to avoid flooding the feeds of @nytimes’ 3.6 million followers. Megan Garber