Sourcefabric | Hosting | Services

By: Sourcefabric  09-12-2011
Keywords: Engineers, Graphic Designers, Radio Stations

Sourcefabric | Hosting | Services

Sourcefabric Services give you access to some of the best developers, engineers and implementors in the industry, whenever you need it, wherever you need it, allowing you to do what you do best - produce quality journalism that’s profitable.

Whether you’re interested in flexible support packages, professional hosting, or consultation for an entirely new media venture, we have a global team of experts and decades of collective newsroom and radio experience to deliver exactly what you need.

Why Sourcefabric?

Here are just five reasons you can trust us with your organisation:

1. We eat, sleep and breathe our products. We know our apples and we eat our own dogfood, using our own tools every day.

2. We’ve seen it all. Sourcefabric has decades of experience in journalism and technology (even if many of us won’t admit our age). We plan to experience decades more.

3. We love a challenge. From hydroelectric radio stations in Indonesia to state-oppressed newspapers in the former USSR, we’ve worked in some of the most challenging circumstances imaginable, and we’ve never left a job unfinished.

4. We hire only the best. From software engineers to graphic designers to press relations to quality assurance. Only the brightest stars get to shine for Sourcefabric.

5. We’re good karma. All that open source, free software, not-for-profit goodness has to count for something, right?

Keywords: Engineers, Graphic Designers, new media, Radio Stations, Software Engineers

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09-12-2011

Sourcefabric | Services

Sourcefabric Services give you access to some of the best developers, engineers and implementors in the industry, whenever you need it, wherever you need it, allowing you to do what you do best - produce quality journalism that’s profitable. From hydroelectric radio stations in Indonesia to state-oppressed newspapers in the former USSR, we’ve worked in some of the most challenging circumstances imaginable, and we’ve never left a job unfinished.