CueMedia – Complete Fest Coverage
This is CueOnline – the official website of the official newspaper of the National Arts Festival. It contains everything you need to find your feet during festival (including the original print files of Cue dated back to 2007)
The New Media Lab of the School of Journalism at Rhodes University is the glue behind CueOnline. NML students prepare content from the daily printed newspaper for online reading and use multimedia storytelling and interactive tools in the form of online videos, slideshows, audiocasts and interactive maps for the website, social media platforms channels like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and others.
Browse fest at http://cue.ru.ac.za
View fest at http://www.youtube.com/cuetube1
Tweet fest at http://www.twitter.com/fest
Like fest at http://www.facebook.com/cueonlinefest
This version CueOnline was conceptualised and implemented by Jude Mathurine and developed by Thomas Kapena.
To advertise on Cue Online or in Cue, please visit our advertising page.
Since 2009, CueOnline has syndicated Cue newspaper original content, as well as CuePix and CueTV multimedia free of charge, and by agreement to a range of news websites including City Press, Mail & Guardian Online, AllAfrica.com, iAfrica.com Entertainment, Daily Dispatch, PE Herald, Grocott’s Mail and many more. If you would like to re-publish content from this site, please send us an email.
Neither CueOnline, Rhodes University or its officers are responsible for any injury, loss, expense or damage which may occur as a result of use of this website.
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