Displaying items by tag: newspapers
Looking for: Advisor, Biz developer, Marketer, Product manager
Newslinn makes it easy for local communities to share news with local journalists using nothing more than a simple email and a photo. We've built a real-time system that authenticates users and validates photos via email - what this means is that if you can send a photo by email - you can now share local news with multiple journalists…
Looking for: Developer
Your Guide to College Life. Replace existing college newspapers with an online entertainment/news site that also has elements of gamificaiton/rewards. Please visit AliveCampus.com to check out our beta version. Note: I am NOT a developer and I am looking for one to take the site to the next level.
Looking for: Advisor, Designer, Developer
Breakit is a unique service giving users relevant information on what is happening around them. Breakit is an open crowdsourced media, allowing its users to share relevant information with each other in a mobile friendly way by just snapping a photo and breaking the story. Our smart algorithm assures Breakit gives its users the most relevant content in any time…
Looking for: Biz developer
Today newspapers have a hard time moving online and charging readers for quality articles. Some of them use paywalls or micropayments to charge for premium content but few people are willing to use those systems. I propose another system and I need cofounders to develop it further. My belief is that this system could be better than others presently on…
Looking for: Designer, Developer
We have come up with an idea for the next generation of publishing. Barnes and Noble is dying if not dead already, newspapers, editorials, its a lot easier to just download the book somewhere(web) or like Amazon, sure theyve made it right! but their business model is pretty similar to how it works with current editorials already! We also came up…