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Tampa, Fla. – June 20, 2007 – The Washington Times is among the latest daily newspapers to deploy the SAXOTECH online publishing platform to power its public news Web sites. The Times’ site (http://www.washingtontimes.com) went live on Wednesday, June 20 with new technology provided by SAXOTECH that extends management of online content to more than 100 reporters and editors throughout the daily news organization.

The SAXOTECH system deployed by the Times helps the news organization manage and present hundreds of new articles and images each week, in addition to news and entertainment content from multiple wire services. SAXOTECH also provides managed hosting services for the high-volume washingtontimes.com site.

In addition to this week’s site deployment, The Washington Times uses SAXOTECH’s editorial workflow management and content creation system throughout the enterprise. The deployment of Web publishing technology from SAXOTECH replaces a home-grown online CMS, and bridges the gap between the newsroom and the Web.

The Washington Times is a full-service, general interest daily newspaper in the nation's capital. Founded in 1982, The Washington Times is one of the most-often-quoted newspapers in the U.S. It has gained a reputation for hard-hitting investigative reporting and thorough coverage of politics and policy.

SAXOTECH is a software development and systems implementation company founded in 1993 to exclusively serve the media industry. Our scalable, easy-to-implement solutions are used to plan, create, edit and publish news for multiple channels and are backed by world-class customer support. Today SAXOTECH’s software products are used by more than 450 news organizations around the world. For more information on SAXOTECH, please visit our Web site at www.saxotechonline.com.