Tampa, Fla. – November 9, 2006 – SAXOTECH, a leading software development and systems implementation company exclusively serving the media industry, today announced that the Corpus Christi Caller-Times has selected the SAXOTECH Editorial™ publishing platform.

SAXOTECH Editorial is a workflow-centric editorial content management and production system that will help the Caller-Times efficiently produce news content. SAXOTECH Editorial will allow users to personalize individual views of the system, opening the door for powerful workflow automation that will enable all contributors to be more productive.

"It will be nice to enter the 21st century in putting out a newspaper everyday," managing editor Shane Fitzgerald said. "SAXOTECH will be able to help us streamline our workflow in editorial, archiving and for the Web and make us far more efficient in the production of our paper."

Journalists, whether they are in the newsroom, or out on a late night assignment covering local high school football, will be able to check assignments, track changes, book resources, access source materials, post stories and monitor developments through final layout and production.

The Corpus Christi Caller-Times has selected SAXOTECH Editorial along with the Adobe InCopy and InDesign applications. The combination will provide newsroom-specific functionality including a more collaborative, innovative work environment where everyone has real-time visibility to the latest version of every page and all its elements.

To enhance the overall publishing process, the Caller-Times is augmenting the base editorial system with add-on components including SAXOTECH’s archiving system.

The SAXOTECH Editorial system ensures the utmost efficiency resulting in higher productivity.

About Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Acquired by Harte-Hanks in 1928, the Corpus Christi Caller-Times has grown to become one of the largest newspapers in the state. With a strong tourism, petrochemical and military industry, and a growing higher education system, the newspaper continues to be a mainstay in South Texas with a circulation of 72,000 (Sunday) and 52,000 (daily). The Caller-Times has won first place for the Dallas Press Club’s Best Newspaper in the 100,000 and under circulation category 13 of the past 17 years in Texas and the Southwest. In 2004 the newspaper won 44 state, regional and national awards, including being named Newspaper of the Year in its circulation category by the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors Association. The Caller-Times produces numerous print and online products. The web site now has more than 200,000 registered users and averages 4.2 million page views each month.

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