Browse > Home / Search, Top tips for journalists / Blog article: #Tip: Finding ‘real-time coverage’ on Google News

#Tip: Finding ‘real-time coverage’ on Google News

August 20th, 2013Posted by in Search, Top tips for journalists

If you’re interested in finding out the latest reporting across the web on a given story, Google News offers the ability to view ‘realtime overage’, as highlighted in this post which we came across after it was shared by Gibran Ashraf on the Open Newsroom community set up by Storyful on Google+ (more on that here).

In the post, Google explains how to use the feature:

When you click the top right corner of the news story’s box, it will expand to include a button for “See realtime coverage.” Clicking on this will lead you to a page of articles exclusively about this story that automatically updates with new articles.

This could be useful for journalists who need to keep on top of how others are covering particular stories on their path, or perhaps the latest coverage in breaking news situations.

If you have a tip you would like to submit to us at Journalism.co.uk email us using this link.

Similar posts:

© Mousetrap Media Ltd. Theme: modified version of Statement