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README.md

Live Blog

Sourcefabric's Live Blog is an open source web app that enables journalists to provide immediate and ongoing coverage on evolving news events. Find out more here: https://www.sourcefabric.org/en/liveblog/.

See an example of Live Blog in action here: http://www.zeit.de/politik/deutschland/2013-09/bundestagswahl-2013-live

License: AGPLv3

Copyright: Sourcefabric z.ú.

Features

  • Access to sources: Drag and drop search results from social media and other content networks into your Live Blog timeline.
  • Themes: Customise Live Blog to match your site’s design and make it look great on mobile and tablet.
  • User roles: Build a team workflow for multiple collaborators with appropriate sign-offs and permissions.
  • Easy embedding: Simply copy and paste an embed code from the Live Blog interface and start spreading the news.
  • Blog chaining: Connect several blogs to syndicate your content to other media outlets.
  • SEO solution: With our new embed plugin you can integrate an html version of the blogs into your website: https://github.com/liveblog/plugin-liveblog-embed-server/tree/master

Installation

Please check the installation guide: https://github.com/superdesk/Live-Blog/blob/master/INSTALL.md

Documentation

Manuals and Tutorials

Superdesk

Live Blog is based on Superdesk technology.

How To Contribute

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