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Our Changing World: Veteran Reporter Comments on SAXOTECH Go-live

Veteran reporter Judith McGinnis , writing for E.W. Scripps' Times Record News in Wichita Falls, Tex., today reflected on her recent transition to Saxotech's channel agnostic CMS platform. The Times Record News is the latest Scripps site to go live on our platform, providing a single point of content creation and management for print and web publishing.

Here's an outtake. Or read her column in its entirety here .

Semantic Content Presentation Drives Traffic at The Columbian
The Columbian in Vancouver, Wash. recently went live with the SAXOTECH Mediaware Center, extending the content planning, production and publishing process to all hands in their newsroom. Now their staff is beginning to see some quantifiable results of their implementation, specifically around Web products and their potential to better monetize content.
White Paper Published: Channel-Agnostic CMS Options for Media
Media companies are faced with tough decisions on how to respond to drastically changing business models. As publishing paradigms shift and content – once a singular and unique product of media companies – flows freely over many different types of channels, news and information publishers must carefully consider their approach to Enterprise Content Management.

Up until now media companies have been forced to choose between two options: build a system (typically using open source code) or purchase a commercial, purpose-built system. Now a third alternative is emerging: a flexible purpose-built system that enables the development of highly customizable applications and the sharing of code.

SAXOTECH has produced a white paper that discusses the pros and cons of the use of either open source technology or a purpose-built system by media companies and explore some of the key benefits of a “best of both worlds” flexible purpose-built system.
Change in Motion; New Techniques, Procedures and Vocabularies at The Daily Herald

Jim Slusher, assistant managing editor at Paddock’s Daily Herald in Chicaogoland, reflects on changes in newsroom technology over the past several decades in his column today. 

'Rewizardry' just a natural part of paper's evolution 

For our part, it’s true that Paddock’s implementation of our Mediaware Center to manage digital and print production introduces new techniques, procedures and yes, even new vocabularies. Never fear. We provide a GUI (that’s Graphical User Interface) and a glossary in multiple languages.

  : ) 

Paddock's The Daily Herald Goes Live with SAXOTECH
Paddock Publications of Arlington Heights, Ill., has entered the third of its four go-lives with SAXOTECH Editorial™ and SAXOTECH Archive™.
Live at Le Quotidien
We have achieved First  Commercial Use at Le Progrès du Saguenay (Le Quotidien). Sunday’s edition (120  tab pages) was produced fully using SAXOTECH Editorial.
SAXOTECH Named to JMP’s Hot 100 Software Companies List
San Francisco investment bank JMP Securities has included SAXOTECH on “The Hot 100” list of the Best Privately Held Software Companies.
GateHouse Media Daily Goes Live
The Freeport Journal-Standard has gone live with a SAXOTECH Editorial solution, its first new newsroom system in nearly 20 years.
The 13,000-circulation daily in northwest Illinois is part of GateHouse Media, which also owns the nearby Rockford Register Star. Because of its size and the proximity of the Journal-Standard to Rockford, it's operating in a Citrix environment on Rockford-based hardware.
Think Digital First: The Sun’s 24/7 Continuous News Operation
Marcelo Duran reports in this month’s Newspapers & Technology on the recent newsroom shift to web-first publishing at The Gainesville Sun . The Sun (part of the New York Times Regional Media Group) has been ahead of the curve with their online presence for quite a few years by adding new channels and products. But this recent development represents fundamental change in their business model.
Gannett Healthcare Goes With SAXOTECH

In a move that is becoming more common these days, Gannett Healthcare Group has decided to deploy the SAXOTECH Editorial workflow and content management platform to more efficiently drive production of both print and digital products. The group uses our publishing framework through its parent, Gannett, which provides centralized web operations for its daily newspapers via a centralized deployment of the SAXOTECH Online platform.

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