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For a long time, people asked us which editorial system we would recommend. It was a tough question. We are very familiar with all of the industry's options, and they all have fatal flaws. more
Roger Alford wanted Kentucky Baptists to have a one-stop place for news from a Christian perspective. As an experienced Associated Press bureau chief, he was sure on this point, too: The website must … more
The Pocono Record in Stroudsburg, Pa., won a Sweepstakes Award from the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association by winning the most awards in its circulation class. The newsroom staff claimed 13 … more
Our team will be represented at the Southern Newspaper Publisher's Association annual meeting, the Inland Press Association annual meeting, along with several other state and regional press association events this fall. more
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
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
Creative Circle and Roxen have integrated their platforms to supply a feature-rich, innovative and cost-effective editorial publishing system for print and digital operations. "We've seen every system out there and advised many media companies on technology vendors," said Ostendorf. "The problem is that mainframe, all-in-one platforms are too expensive and have cookie-cutter, poorly-designed websites. Meanwhile, web vendors who try to create print 'production systems' don't provide anything with the sophistication and ease of use of Roxen's solution." more