Follow Graphic News - About Graphic News alertsInfographics are a great way to follow the news. They give background information. They explain what is happening and why. They are brief. They are visual. See behind the headlines.
If you wish to be notified every time a new graphic is released you can receive:
Publishers with in-house content management systems can include Graphic News if they take the FTP Service.
- E-alerts: These show images and description of new graphics, with links to the Graphic News website to see further details or to obtain the graphic. They arrive directly to your mailbox and can easily be forwarded, for instance to your technical or graphics department.
- RSS: Subscribing to these feeds avoids cluttering your mailbox and allows you to receive updates from any number of news sources in one location.
- Twitter: Tweets give the headlines to new graphics, with a link to see the graphic and further details. They avoid the problem of rejection by the SPAM filters to which e-alerts are prone.
Anyone can follow Graphic News by going to graphicnews.com:
- Visuals of graphics can be sent so that they are shown alongside pictures on a picture-desk..
- Daily schedules of graphics in preparation and recently available can be sent (in XMl, TEXT or HTML), together with alerts, equivalent to the RSS and e-alerts.
- Graphics (JPG or HTML5) can be sent so they are available locally, particularly for the convenience of online editors wishing to use iframes. Other formats can be sent as well but it is recommended that these are downloaded from the Graphic News website as and when needed.
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- The home page is updated every time a new graphic is released. It shows the topical news stories for which graphics are available.
- The language flags select the latest graphics available in each language.
- Schedules showing graphics in preparation and recently available can be selected.
- A Ticker shows graphics currently in preparation and when they are due.