liveblog

or live-blog, live blog

[lahyv-blawg, ‐blog]
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noun

a blog containing entries about an event that are written and posted while the event is taking place.

verb (used with or without object), live·blogged, live·blog·ging.

to blog about (an event) while the event is taking place: He was liveblogging the Grammys.

Origin of liveblog

Related formslive·blog·ger, noun
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Examples from the Web for liveblog

Contemporary Examples of liveblog

  • Follow the latest with the liveblog of The Interpreter, a website covering Russian media and the war in Ukraine.

    The Daily Beast logo
    Live Updates on the Battle Over MH17

    The Daily Beast

    July 19, 2014

  • Follow the latest with the liveblog of The Interpreter, a website covering Russian media and the war in Ukraine.

    The Daily Beast logo
    Live Updates on the Battle Over MH17

    The Daily Beast

    July 18, 2014

  • For instance, here's MTV's liveblog, from early in the show, when host Russell Brand took the: "Get ready for some lewd LOLs!"

    The Daily Beast logo
    Leave Kanye Alone

    Choire Sicha

    September 14, 2009


British Dictionary definitions for liveblog

liveblog

verb

to report (an event) in one's blog as it happens

noun

a blog in which events are reported as they happen
Derived Formsliveblogger , nounliveblogging , noun
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