Legitimate Launches Product For Journalists That Saves Them Hours Each Week

  • Legitimate is excited to release a suite of free tools for journalists that will enable them to streamline their workflow, saving them valuable time and effort.

    Legitimate, a new start up from Ireland, believes that journalists have been underserved with technology for long enough. They aim to empower journalists through providing them with the tech they need to do their job.

    They already have several thousand journalists on their system and have established partnerships with university journalism schools, local and national news publishers. 

    “Legitimate was set up in order to assist journalists and promote trusted news sources. We want to become the home for journalism online”, stated Gerard Donnelly, founder and CEO. “Our mission is to support journalists and help trusted journalism thrive.” 

    RELATED: Salt Communications announce integration with Document Management Platform iManage at Legal Week New York 2023

    According to a recent report, one of journalists’ biggest challenges is the impact that smaller staffs and fewer resources are having on their workloads. Legitimate addresses these issues, through providing free technology that lightens their workload.

    Dion Dassanayake, an early adopter of the platform said "Legitimate is a brilliant resource for journalists - offering an extremely sleek website that quickly updates whenever a new story is published, it is a great tool for helping promote our content and something that every journalist should use and take advantage of."

    Journalists can visit www.legitimate.net to sign up and create a profile.

    Source: Written from press release

    About the author

    An article that is attributed to Sync NI Team has either involved multiple authors, written by a contributor or the main body of content is from a press release.

    Got a news-related tip you’d like to see covered on Sync NI? Email the editorial team for our consideration.

    Sign up now for a FREE weekly newsletter showcasing the latest news, jobs and events in NI’s tech sector.

Share this story