Camayak

Camayak A revolutionary Content Production System
Camayak is a content production tool that makes it easier to coordinate collaboration than ever before. Alert your staff to their responsibilities and tasks, communicate with your editors, journalists and freelancers, keep track of improvements to your content and schedule it for publishing to multiple mediums, all from one place. Camayak provides workflow tools that enable you to coordinate your staff and their content. Create editorial hierarchies, set deadlines, make comments, track revisions and give everybody in your publication their own account and personal archive.
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The name 'ca~ma~yak' comes from CMYK, the colors used to render content in print - the first efficient form of disseminating content non-orally and en mass.

We're researching how student media organizations are engaging with content marketing for their advertising clients and ...
05/24/2014

We're researching how student media organizations are engaging with content marketing for their advertising clients and would love to hear from you: http://bit.ly/1mj0V9t

Check out this livestream people put together in India to cover Cylclone Phailin using BeatStrap, our liveblog tool. htt...
10/14/2013
Cyclone Phailin - Abhimanyu Kulkarni - BeatStrap

Check out this livestream people put together in India to cover Cylclone Phailin using BeatStrap, our liveblog tool.

http://beatstrap.me/SansaniPatrakar/cyclone-phailin

COvering Cyclone Phailin's moment live from ACJ Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth chairs meeting of Crisis Management Group #acjphailin #Phailin Ironically tomorrow is International Day for Disaster Reduction #Phailin #acjphailin #acjphailin RT @IBNLiveRealtime It is likely to stay for 6 hours as very sev...

07/15/2013
Camayak Blog | Introducing: In-line Comments

Today we launched in-line comments on all Camayak assignments. Now you can annotate in-context and have your feedback automatically stripped out when you publish to your CMS.

Editing in Camayak just got a whole lot better. http://www.camayak.com/blog/2013/07/14/introducing-in-line-comments/

One of the features that we've been really looking forward to adding to Camayak is a better way to give feedback on specific parts of assignments. After working

Is gleeful typo-heckling on social media really worth it? @davidhiggerson makes an excellent case against sniping http:/...
07/11/2013
Why mocking the errors of other journalists does us all harm in the long run

Is gleeful typo-heckling on social media really worth it? @davidhiggerson makes an excellent case against sniping http://davidhiggerson.wordpress.com/2013/07/11/why-mocking-the-errors-of-other-journalists-does-us-all-harm-in-the-long-run/

Journalists are a funny lot. We complain often that readers often don't value the work that we do - and then seem to spend a lot of time ensuring as many people as possible see the unfortunate erro...

07/03/2013

We're thrilled to announce our latest partnerships with the Duke Chronicle and UCLA's Daily Bruin! http://bit.ly/1655FVu

High schools! You have 48 hours left to apply for a free Camayak license for next year! http://bit.ly/103lawD
05/29/2013
Camayak High School giveaway 2013

High schools! You have 48 hours left to apply for a free Camayak license for next year! http://bit.ly/103lawD

Remove the stress of collaborating with your editorial team, so you can invite more people to participate in producing better content.

All for One and One for All | Free Press
05/09/2013
All for One and One for All | Free Press

All for One and One for All | Free Press

Imagine for a moment if 50 percent of America’s media was noncommercial. How would that change whose stories got told and which issues got debated? How would it shape access to information or the role of arts and education in our homes and communities?

05/08/2013
Why Use Camayak?

Listen to these editors explain how Camayak changed the way they run their newsrooms.

http://bit.ly/10iqnOg

We asked some of our wonderful customers to explain what they like about using Camayak. Special thanks to Valeen Gonzales and Carly Owens.

04/17/2013
Camayak Blog | “How Many People Use Your CMS?”

If you're prioritizing your website above investing in your staff, you're doing it wrong. bit.ly/XH6Mu8

When we first got started building Camayak, we had identified a need for more legitimate content production solutions for digitally-conscious publishers. The tr

Process, not platform. Another angle: http://bit.ly/14SDBZn
04/09/2013

Process, not platform. Another angle: http://bit.ly/14SDBZn

Today we honor you, writers! If you're a writer, "like" and "share" this with fellow content creators. #nspajweek

03/28/2013
Camayak High School giveaway 2013

If you work for your high school newspaper, we're offering you the chance to earn a free 12-month Camayak license worth $600. Apply here before May 31st and make everyone in your newsroom happy! http://bit.ly/103lawD

Remove the stress of collaborating with your editorial team, so you can invite more people to participate in producing better content.

02/14/2013
John the Journalist

Someone asked us today if we had a promo video. Yes we do, and here it is! http://bit.ly/VVBSuf. Watch out: we've a sequel coming up next month.

The more people you work with, the more you have to keep track of. Camayak allows everyone to stay on the same page, no matter how many colleagues you collab...

Camayak's cover photo
02/04/2013

Camayak's cover photo

12/25/2012
Journalism's problem of scale demands a rethinking of the news product

USC's Online Journalism Review referenced Camayak in a post about the challenges behind scaling journalism yesterday. Anyone else get a nice surprise for Christmas?!

http://bit.ly/V7PRfO

I spend an inordinate amount of time trying to untangle the mass of conflicting visions about the future of the news industry. But recently I heard a phrase of unusual clarity: “Traditional journalism, as a process, does not scale.”

11/28/2012
Tow Center for Digital Journalism | Introduction: The Transformation of American Journalism Is Una

An excellent report on post-industrial journalism, from the Tow Center at Columbia University.

"Post-industrial journalism assumes that the existing institutions are going to lose revenue and market share, and that if they hope to retain or even increase their relevance, they will have to take advantage of new working methods and processes afforded by digital media.

This restructuring will mean rethinking every organizational aspect of news production–increased openness to partnerships; increased reliance on publicly available data; increased use of individuals, crowds and machines to produce raw material; even increased reliance on machines to produce some of the output."

http://bit.ly/U9Jlp3

This essay is part survey and part manifesto, one that concerns itself with the practice of journalism and the practices of journalists in the United States. It is not, however, about ‘the future of the news industry,’ both because much of that future is already here and because there is no such thi...

Tomorrow we're launching some major new updates. If you'd like to check them out but don't have an account, say hello@ca...
11/05/2012

Tomorrow we're launching some major new updates. If you'd like to check them out but don't have an account, say [email protected] and we'll set you up!

10/03/2012
John the Journalist

We have a new promo animation and it's awesome! http://bit.ly/OE0ZDP

The more people you work with, the more you have to keep track of. Camayak allows everyone to stay on the same page, no matter how many colleagues you collab...

09/18/2012

We've just opened up our 60-day free trials: if you'd like to reserve one, email [email protected] and we'll get you started.

Faster news cycles, perpetual coverage and contextual, interconnected assignments produced by an ever-growing staff. Col...
09/18/2012

Faster news cycles, perpetual coverage and contextual, interconnected assignments produced by an ever-growing staff. College news has so much to look forward to.

Journalism is a daily job.

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