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Back in 2006, when we offered the industry's first fully integrated pay wall into our CMS, everyone thought we were crazy. Many laughed at us. Not anymore. We knew back then that the ad-only … more
Hi folks! We've been so busy launching sites for everyone else that our new site has been on the back burner forever. What you see here today is a new site that we hope will become a great place to … more
Instead of bemoaning the loss of old categories in classifieds, a strategy of developing new categories has turned into significant print classified revenue growth at the Times-Herald Record in Middletown, N.Y. more
We hired Maegan Barney last summer as a programming intern. We found her through an innovative, state-supported web site encouraging local companies to hire interns from area colleges. more
You can't just say you are classy and sophisticated. You have to look that way, too! more
"The oldest local newspaper gets an extreme makeover." That's how The Newport Daily News announced the launch of Mercury in March, 2005. The Newport Mercury was started in 1758 and had been … more
Creative Circle redesigned four weeklies in Denver's western suburbs – the Arvada Press, Golden Transcript, Lakewood Sentinel and Wheat Ridge Transcript. We also helped the management team with a … more
Your hometown newspaper - only better. That was what top managers wanted for Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers, a group of four dailies in a section of southeastern Florida known as the Treasure … more
The first full redesign in the 128-year history of this community newspaper lived up to its unique name, by doing hard digging and taking off to new places.The Rocket-Miner, started in 1881, launched … more
We were very excited to have an opportunity to help the Bermuda Sun. Like many family newspaper owners we deal with, Randy French, the paper’s publisher and owner, was passionate about his paper … more
The Catholic Herald in Arllington, Va., was an award-winning paper before they came to Creative Circle about upgrading their print newspaper. But they got even better after their redesign. more
With six editions covering six diocese across the state of Florida, a production hub in Orlando and five bureaus answering to six different Bishops, the Florida Catholic redesign was a little more complicated than most! more
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