LONDON, June 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
'Prototyping the Future of News'
KnowledgeView team has joined international media leaders at the Global Editors Network held in Barcelona, Spain. The GEN attendees included Mashable, the Media Briefing, the Guardians, Washington Post, Local World, BBC, CNN, Open Democracy, Al Ahram and Al Jazeera among many others. Google was among the speakers and launched the new Google Trends and News Lab. Another important announcement was of the Climate Change Group comprising 16 large media groups such as The Guardian and Al Ahram.
The GEN Summit provided practical solutions for immediate implementation in modern newsrooms and on Data Journalism. KnowledgeView had a great opportunity to meet one-on-one and discuss NewsSocial, a news social platform with unique news communities features. In addition, KnowledgeView proposed ways to generate revenues and minimize costs through "Publish live".
The conference has offered a networking environment to hear different perspectives and exchange industry ideas from different renowned international leaders. Mobile, Video, Social, and Data were highlighted during the conference as key elements for modern newsroom.
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism showcased their latest digital news report covering news consumption in ten countries.
"GEN summit focused on what matters for the future of journalism. It is a great place to exchange ideas and be updated on the latest in this industry. Our aim is always to support the publishing industry and provide superb technologies across all platforms that generate revenues and minimize costs at ease. We are glad that NewsSocial and 'Publish live' were very well received from world class industry experts," said Ali Al Assam, CEO, KnowledgeView.
To follow the debates and news during the GEN Summit download the NewsSocial apps and follow the tag "gensummit".
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KnowledgeView Ltd is a UK-based company with headquarters in London and MENA regional office in Beirut.KnowledgeView has a unique combination of industry leaders on its Board and powerful publishing technology used by leading media players globally.
The company was founded in 1995 to develop cross-media publishing, news management and editorial sharing systems, with over forty media companies and 5000 journalists using its Publish live systems. KnowledgeView has also established a leading position in mobile apps development on the iPad, iPhone, Android tablet and Web-mobile platforms.
KnowledgeView's client base extends over four continents with such names as Dow Jones Newswire, CNN, Geopolitical Information Service, Australian Associated Press, Qatar News Agency, Saudi Research and Marketing Group, Abu Dhabi Media, MarocSoir Group and Deloitte and Touche, to name a few.
Publish live suite of products and services enables publishers and news groups to create regional or thematic communities around news, deriving maximum revenues from subscriptions and advertising and extend their reach through easy multi-publishing to paper, Web, mobile iPhone and iPad as well as the Android platform and social networks.
KnowledgeView's RAPID Browser, the heart of "Publish live Newsroom", is a powerful news management and editorial sharing system for automating acquisition and classification, setting the standard for the next generation of news management systems. RAPID Browser allows media groups to setup their own cloud-based Content Hubs for extending their reach into their communities and generating revenues from advertising and subscriptions.
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