Why EurekAlert! is moving to a credit-based, two-tier subscription model

This month’s launch of the new EurekAlert! platform — what we have internally called “EurekAlert! Re-Imagined,” or “EARI” — is by far the most significant development since our initial creation in 1996. We have worked hard over the past two years at re-thinking every aspect of our platform to ensure that we not only serve our journalist- and PIO-members well, but also that we can continue to serve you for the next 25 years and beyond.

为什么 EurekAlert!優睿科转向基于积分的两级订阅模式

本月推出新的優睿科平台 (我们内部称之为“優重新塑造” 或 “EARI”) 这是我们自 1996 年最初创建以来最为重要的发展。在过去的两年里,我们努力重新思考我们平台的各个方面,以确保我们不仅为我们的记者和 PIO 会员提供良好的服务,而且我们能够在接下来的 25 年及以后继续为您服务。


今月の新EurekAlert!プラットフォーム(社内では「EurekAlert! Re-Imagined(EurekAlert!の再考)」または「EARI」と呼んでいます)の公開は、1996年の最初のプラットフォーム作成以来、最も重要な展開です。私たちは過去2年間、プラットフォームのあらゆる側面を再考し、ジャーナリストやPIOのメンバーの皆さまに十分なサービスを提供するだけでなく、今後25年以上においても皆さまにサービスを提供し続けることができる ように努力してきました。

Image Licenses Explained: Considerations for Submitting Multimedia to EurekAlert!

In science communication, as in other forms of communicating, images often help tell a story in ways that text alone cannot. Reporters surveyed by EurekAlert! in 2017 said that graphics and photographs are the most useful multimedia formats in their newsgathering, and our website traffic analytics show that news releases with multimedia, compared with those …
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The pathway to news coverage has widened — have your pitches?

For public information officers, pitching newsworthy STEM stories to the media is an important part of the job. While the traditional definition of newsworthiness remains, there’s a new pathway to earning coverage in some of the most respected media outlets: going viral. Evolution of news Traditionally, a newsworthy story might feature recently published peer-reviewed research, …
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