CoverItLive

  • ScribbleLive Acquires CoveritLive, Will Still Operate Both Brands

    ScribbleLive Acquires CoveritLive, Will Still Operate Both Brands

    Once bitter rivals, ScribbleLive and CoveritLive are now family. Scribble Technologies is today announcing the acquisition of CoveritLive from Demand Media, effectively bringing two of the largest live content creation companies under one roof. The two companies have slightly different product sets, but the same aim: To empower brands and companies with tools to bring live content to their… Read More

  • Liveblogging Platform CoverItLive Hacked

    Liveblogging Platform CoverItLive Hacked

    CoverItLive, the Demand Media-owned liveblogging platform used by many outlets to cover major events in real time, has just alerted their users of a potential data compromise. Read More

  • Demand Media Buys Liveblogging Tool CoverItLive

    On the heels of its entry to the public market, content farm Demand Media has just acquired CoverItLive, a liveblogging tool. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. CoverItLive provides an extensive tool one can use for liveblogging live events or other real-time stuff such as earnings calls, press conferences and more. In fact, this past weekend, CoverItLive powered liveblogs for… Read More

  • Liveblog This: CoverItLive Closes $1 Million Round

    CoverItLive, easily the most extensive tool one can use for liveblogging live events or other real-time stuff such as earnings calls, press conferences and the likes, has raised $1.2 million Canadian dollars (or approximately $1 million USD) more from its current investor and private equity fund Flagstone Capital and well-known investor and entrepreneur Paul Kedrosky. CoverItLive has also… Read More

  • CoverItLive responds: I iz sorry!

    MacWorld Keynote Update We would like to apologize to all of our users and their readers for the service outage that happened mid-day on January 15. CoveritLive was specifically designed to handle small and very VERY large live blog events like the Steve Jobs Keynote at MacWorld. Our issue appears to have been a very minor technical one on our end that was amplified dramatically by the… Read More