The "storytellers of Karnataka", Indian publisher The Printers Mysore has gone live with a new ppi Media Content-X editorial system.
The timing could be sublime: Quark bought by a company which wants to develop its content automation capabilities, just as Adobe's big-end aspirations and subscription model are beginning to get up some users' noses.
Newspaper readers with a complaint or comment are increasingly finding themselves connected to a computer as interactive voice recognition becomes the "go-to" technology for publishers.
Sorting images of cars on the Australian carsales.com website has moved from manual to an AI-assisted process thanks to software developed at a hackathon.
Indian giant the Hindustan Times has completed its switch to EidosMedia's Méthode, the system embraced by its Mint business paper for the last ten years.
User successes and product innovations were on the agenda at the EidosMedia customer meeting in London last week.
The Washington Post has completed its own rollout of Zeus, a faster ad download technology that comes from Jeff Bezos rather than Google.
Roxen and its Benelux partner has secured the best of references in a new website and CMS for the Netherlands' second biggest city.
A new mobile app for editors plans to make monitoring a print publishing operation as easy as digital.
Norwegian news organisation Agderposten Medier is merging its news creation and publishing processes via a common technology platform hosted in the Atex Cloud.
Multimedia, multi-channel storytelling becomes a whole lot simpler with Atex's release of Digital Media Desk 1.8.
Introduction of its new Cobalt solution has enabled EidosMedia to integrate A/B testing into the editorial process.
Bangalore-based publisher of the Deccan Herald, The Printers (Mysore) has signed up to use ppi Media's Content-X editorial system.
A classroom routine is paying dividends in Perth, where Seven West Media has brought its TV, web, weekday print and now Sunday newsrooms together.
Predictive analytics are part of a new content personalisation and targeting module introduced with the new version of Newscycle's Onset digital content management platform.
Instead of upgrading a legacy system or building their own, a Norwegian media group has integrated "best of breed" browser-based components with modules they wanted to keep.
A cloud-based deployment of EidosMedia's Méthose CMS will help 650 journalists and editors at Atlanta-based Cox Media Group launch new digital products for its 20 newspapers and 57 radio stations.
A new decoupled EidosMedia content management framework opens opportunities for modular publishing and the integration of other sources and systems.
When you're watching the Olympics instead of say, the Washington Post, spare a thought for how the Washington Post is watching the Olympics.
Hong Kong is enjoying the rare luxury of a new print newspaper following a launch by a media entrepreneur with a reputation for using IT as an enabler.
Newscycle says a new Drupal 8-based digital CMS has the flexibility of open source without the risk.
A Christian publisher in the Netherlands is the first user of Integration X's new dummying and planning solution.
A new iPad app brings multimedia news creation and management to mobile users of EidosMedia's Méthode digital publishing platform.
A new version of EidosMedia's business intelligence tool adds analytical features and a new console-style interface.
Robot journalism researcher Hanna Zoon will talk about its relationship with the Internet of Things during an event in The Netherlands next month.
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