Straits Times publisher Singapore Press Holdings is to develop software to optimise headlines in a cooperation with A*Star's Institute of High Performance Computing.
Scandinavian technology and software is now complementing that of Washington Post's Arc Publishing at Costa Rican media company Grupo Nación.
Unicode-based versions of Comyan's media system are now in use at Mathrubhumi and the Times of India.
Improvements in a new version of Atex Digital Media make it easier to configure and use.
Sales teams in Fairfax Media's Australian Community Media business are now better informed, thanks to a new AI-driven intelligence platform.
Straits Times publisher Singapore Press Holdings has announced plans to streamline digital advertising sales with Lineup's Adpoint.
Gannet's Newsquest business in the UK is automating digital job advertisements following a deal with developers Miles 33 and its Wave 2 subsidiary.
Switzerland's Walliser Bote - notable for its role in pioneering digital printing - has become the first daily newspaper produced entirely using WoodWing's Enterprise Aurora.
Image technology that identifies objects in a picture and automates their ecommerce marketing has just got smarter.
A predictive function in EidosMedia's Smart update creates a 'what if' modelling scenario to assess the impact of changes in newsroom resources and processes.
Fairfax Media has upgraded circulation and distribution of its metro newspapers to a cloud-based Newscycle system.
A web CMS that pushes social media and rewards its citizen journalist contributors has emerged from Nashville-based Bondware Web Solutions.
EidosMedia has developed new live-coverage features for its Cobalt digital content delivery platform.
A complex ad sales system which links and allocates to separate businesses including ABC, 11 regional dailies, magazines and events is a first in Spain for developer Lineup Systems.
A strong focus on AI and robot journalism is promised when the Ifra Expo DCX Digital Content Expo opens on Tuesday.
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.
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