Rock Content: Changing the game of live blogging

The Next Web had a great article today about how news organizations used Rock Content to cover the G20 and some of our new features. Our mobile features (apps, voicemail, SMS) are real game-changers when it comes to how reporters can report the news in real-time. The reason that we’re talking about Rock Content today is two-fold. [...]

     

    The Next Web had a great article today about how news organizations used Rock Content to cover the G20 and some of our new features. Our mobile features (apps, voicemail, SMS) are real game-changers when it comes to how reporters can report the news in real-time.

    The reason that we’re talking about Rock Content today is two-fold. First off, it’s an impressive platform. It truly does what no other single solution has been able to do. The second reason is that this is a re-launching, of sorts, and Rock Content is announcing a few features that are going to be huge.

    • BlackBerry application
    • SSL protection for incoming transmission from iPhone and BlackBerry
    • Twitter importing with advanced filters for links, length, etc.
    • Syndication across multiple properties

    The greatest part? It does all of this while still playing nicely with other CMS platforms.

    I could literally go on for hours telling you about the features of Rock Content and how important it is for news reporting sites, but the best bet is to give it a look for yourself. The people behind Rock Content are passionate, and that passion shines through in their product.

    (quote via TNW)

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