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Alive Software Inc. has released ePageCreator v. 5.5, a digital publishing application for Windows and Mac that lets you turn PDF, Flash, and image files into flipbooks that can be published to your website, blog, or CD/DVD, and to your customers' mobile device. ePageCreator creates ebooks, e-catalogs, and e-brochures from a single source file. The documents employ a realistic 3D page-flipping visual effect that displays your content professionally and memorably.
Posted Sep 16, 2013
On Monday Google announced the ability to embed Google+ posts on websites, blogs, etc. Simply select the "Embed Post" option from a dropdown list, and then copy and paste the code. It's a familiar process. The posts should be fully interactive, according to Google, making it possible for readers to +1 a post.
Posted Sep 12, 2013
Tina Brown has been making headlines regularly over the past few years, including for the guidance she provided in turning the venerated Newsweek magazine into a digital-only product. Now she's in the news again, this time for parting ways with IAC -- her financial backer -- and leaving The Daily Beast where she has long served as the editor-in-chief. Brown said in a statement that she will start Tina Brown Live Media, and will focus on growing her Women of the World conferences.
Posted Sep 12, 2013
Nuxeo, the provider of a content management platform for business applications, announced an influx of venture capital of $3.8 million from OTC Asset Management and OTC Extend, to support expansion in the U.S. market. Nuxeo has raised $9.5 million in venture capital to date.
Posted Sep 12, 2013
Kenshoo, a provider of premium digital marketing technology, reveals Kenshoo Halogen Technology, a new machine learning solution that provides marketers with insight and visibility into the future performance of advertising campaigns. Halogen powers the Kenshoo Budget Center, where marketers can view predictions for budgets required to achieve specific campaign goals, such as ROI or revenue.
Posted Sep 11, 2013
iPhone enthusiasts across the globe are getting ready to queue up for the newest iteration of the Apple device. At an event at the company's Cupertino, CA headquarters CEO Tim Cook kicked off the event that introduced the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C to the world. The 5C is a less expensive version of the phone, and was announced by the Apple SVP Phil Schiller.
Posted Sep 10, 2013
A print subscription to People will no longer get you free web access, according to paidContent. The magazine launched new digital products - including one that costs $200 a year -- and though it has bundled digital access with print subscription in the past, new subscribers won't get that same perk. For $112 a year you can get a print subscriptions or the People Digital Plus package (which includes digital and tablet access as well as access to the CelebWatch and CelebFood apps). For $20 more you can add a print subscription to the Digital Plus package.
Posted Sep 10, 2013
According to a blog post on Livefyre's website, the company - whose StreamHub platform powers real-time conversation and social curation - has acquired Storify. The post says Storify will enable Livefyre to "integrate drag-and-drop editorial curation capabilities into our StreamHub platform."
Posted Sep 10, 2013
TechCrunch reported on September 9, 2013 that Twitter bought MoPub for $350 million worth of stock. MoPub is a startup focused on enabling mobile publishers to manage their ad inventory. Twitter and MoPub have confirmed the acquisition though not the price.
Posted Sep 10, 2013
InboundWriter, which specializes in content performance improvement, announced the latest release of its software platform. This new release makes it possible for enterprises and publishers developing rich, text-oriented online content to measurably improve content quality, and consistently predict how content will perform prior to investing significant time and resources into writing, publishing, and promotion.
Posted Sep 10, 2013
Knovel unveiled a fully redesigned platform offering more precise search results, a simplified user interface, enhanced navigation capabilities and more. Knovel offers a cloud-based application that integrates technical information from more than 100 engineering publishers and societies with analytical and search tools.
Posted Sep 09, 2013
Sporting News Media, a PERFORM Group Company, announced an agreement with the National Football League (NFL), bringing the NFL's premium video content year-round to Sporting News Media's SN ePlayer, a digital sports video-on-demand (VOD) broadcast platform.
Posted Sep 09, 2013
The German economics journal Perspektiven der Wirtschaftspolitik ("Economic Policy Perspectives") will be published in print and electronically by De Gruyter beginning in 2014. For the past 14 years the journal has been one of the two journals of the Vereins für Socialpolitik ("Association for Social Policy").
Posted Sep 09, 2013
HARRASSOWITZ, international booksellers and subscription agents, announced a new distribution agreement with Ebook Library (EBL), an ebook aggregator for academic, corporate, and research libraries worldwide and a ProQuest business. Under the agreement, HARRASSOWITZ customers will have access to EBL's ebook catalog, which features titles in all subject areas from over 520 major academic and scholarly publishers worldwide.
Posted Sep 09, 2013
Beenius announced its new Android Set-Top Box (STB) client. The Android app extends Beenius' Beesmart open and flexible interactive TV middleware platform. Operators benefit from the lower deployment costs of Android along with the power of Beesmart to deliver customised, scalable services through IPTV, OTT, and hybrid cable on all devices.
Posted Sep 05, 2013
Forbidden Technologies plc, the owner and developer of the cloud video platform FORscene, announced it has added new features and capabilities that strengthen FORscene's utility in news, sports, or traditional broadcast post-production environments.
Posted Sep 05, 2013
Credo, a provider of information skills solutions, has launched 19 new and updated Subject and Publisher Collections, adding to the more than 80 collections currently available for perpetual purchase or subscription.
Posted Sep 05, 2013
Those people who are eagerly awaiting the widespread availability of Google Glass got a tantalizing bit of news recently, with the revelation that an app store for Glass will be available next year. Google confirmed the news to Marketing Land.
Posted Sep 05, 2013
Filmmakers with an independent spirit will soon have a new source of funding and distribution within reach. According to paidContent, Vimeo will show the world its take on funding at the Toronto Film Festival which takes place this week.
Posted Sep 03, 2013
Amazon introduced Kindle MatchBook, a new benefit that gives customers the option to buy-for $2.99, $1.99, $0.99, or free-the Kindle edition of print books they have purchased new from Amazon. Print purchases all the way back to 1995-when Amazon first opened its online bookstore-will qualify once a publisher enrolls a title in Kindle MatchBook.
Posted Sep 03, 2013
Primestream released FORK 4.5, the latest version of its FORK Production Suite for managing and automating broadcast workflows. FORK 4.5 features Workflow Manager 1.0, a new add-on module for designing internal video production processes across multiple departments. FORK 4.5 with Workflow Manager is suited for all IT infrastructures, including broadcast, postproduction, and corporate enterprise.
Posted Sep 03, 2013
Press+, which provides monetization solutions for publisher (mostly in the form of metered pay walls) has announced a new solution for entertainment and news entities that focuses on monetizing video content. According to The Wrap, Courtroom View Network-and online service that streams courtroom video-launched the Press+ solution which allows viewers to watch a few minutes before they are asked to pay.
Posted Aug 29, 2013
Amazon launched the Mexico Kindle Store), offering Mexican customers a vast selection of popular ebooks, Spanish-language best sellers, over 1,500 free books in Spanish, and a broad selection of titles from leading Mexican authors and publishers. In total, the Kindle Store offers over 2 million titles, hundreds of thousands of which are exclusive, and more than 70,000 in Spanish. In addition, Amazon announced that Kindle and Kindle Paperwhite are now on sale locally in Mexico at Gandhi stores.
Posted Aug 29, 2013
Publishing Technology and CNPIEC, the China National Publications Import and Export (Group) Corporation, announced the CNP e-reading platform at the Beijing International Book Fair this week. At launch, the site carries over 200,000 titles from more than 300 international publishers.
Posted Aug 29, 2013
LinkSmart, a provider of in-content audience development solutions, announced the LinkSmart Marketplace, which enables online publishers to develop and share high-quality reader traffic through in-content links. Many large digital publishers currently use LinkSmart's audience development platform to direct their reader traffic to high-value areas such as breaking news, video, e-commerce and sponsored landing pages.
Posted Aug 27, 2013
Primestream announced FORK Xchange Suite 2.5, the latest version of its companion application for the FORK media asset management and automation platform. FORK Xchange Suite gives broadcasters instant cloud access to content on their FORK Production servers from any Windows, Mac, or tablet device.
Posted Aug 27, 2013
If you've been looking for new revenue streams to monetize your app, Amazon may have just answered your prayers. It introduced the Mobile Associates API for Kindle Fire and other Android devices, enabling developers to sell millions of physical and digital items from Amazon.com within their apps and games.
Posted Aug 27, 2013
Zenya, which developed a categorical repository of search engine marketing keywords, announced the launch of a new search retargeting service. The service, Zenya Retargeting, forgoes the use of traditional browser cookies for tracking, instead utilizing a best-of-breed technology that analyzes search history and other browser activity to identify audiences. These insights combine with Zenya's keyword intelligence, including comprehensive coverage of competitor keywords.
Posted Aug 22, 2013
Seattle-based WordRake officially released WordRake Version 1.3, the newest addition to its editing software for clarity and brevity. WordRake 1.3 provides compatibility with the 32-bit version of Office 2013, and all versions of 64-bit Office on Windows 8.
Posted Aug 22, 2013
Netflix announced that it will trade in the familiar "Instant Queue" for the "My List" feature to no small amount of consternation. (Slate already published an article on how to get your Instant Queue back.) For its part, Netflix says, "We've designed a better way to help you easily find and watch those titles you picked to watch on Netflix and are happy to introduce "My List" to all our streaming members globally. With "My List" you can now quickly go to your own row or gallery on Netflix and instantly find those titles you already picked to watch."
Posted Aug 22, 2013
Mag+ and Appboy are joining forces in an effort to help digital publishers convert readers into loyal users. Customers of Mag+'s digital publishing platform, which include magazines like The Atlantic and New York Magazine as well as many international corporations, can now access Appboy's mobile relationship management (MRM) platform to build their businesses.
Posted Aug 21, 2013
Oracle unveiled a new release of Oracle WebCenter which helps organizations share information efficiently, maximize the value of business transactions, and deliver engaging experiences across web and mobile channels. Updates across the entire Oracle WebCenter portfolio empower the mobile workforce with new apps, BYOD support, and enhanced development tools.
Posted Aug 20, 2013
Brainshark, Inc., a sales enablement platform provider, announced the launch of VideoSync -- a new Brainshark On-Demand feature that lets users quickly and easily combine video and slides, side-by-side. VideoSync can include "talking head" video clips, subject matter expert commentary, pre-recorded product demos, executive speeches, and more playing alongside and complementing slide content.
Posted Aug 20, 2013
The next wave of mobile internet users will be from urban areas of emerging markets, finds Ovum. The lack of fixed internet infrastructure in the region and the significant purchasing power of urban residents are pushing both end users and service providers towards mobile. New research from Ovum highlights the correlation between the growth of the mobile internet and the adoption of "smart" devices in emerging markets.
Posted Aug 20, 2013
According to a post by Jane Friedman on the Open Road Integrated Media blog, the digital publisher raised $11 million in Series C funding through a partnership with NewSpring Capital. NewSpring led the funding round with an $8 million investment, and existing investors Kohlberg Ventures, Azure Capital, and Golden Seeds supplied the difference.
Posted Aug 19, 2013
Magnify.net has partnered with Wochit.com to add a growing collection of quality news content to the Magnify.net platform. Wochit produces broadcast-quality video on breaking news and trending topics. Wochit joins Magnify's expanding source library, giving curators access to thousands of videos about news, business, technology, and entertainment.
Posted Aug 15, 2013
FightMe is a new competitive social video network. Users are able to showcase any talent, voice opinions, and get recognition. The London-based startup launched into private beta in early June, allowing its users to create 30-second, unedited, raw videos about whatever they want. Users can create bespoke hashtags to compete for the top spot, by showing off a talent, an opinion or by just getting creative and having fun. To get to the top of a leaderboard, users must get the most Applause on their video. A hashtag is a giant leaderboard for the whole world to Join In.
Posted Aug 15, 2013
HuffPost Live is all grown up. Arianna Huffington reminded us all that on August 13, the social video channel turned a year old. More importantly, she shared some interesting stats about the interactive news channel. In the past year, the Huffpost Live has "generated over 445,000,000 video views, attracting more than 13 million unique visitors a month."
Posted Aug 15, 2013
Amazon Web Services, Inc., an Amazon.com company, announced Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) with Mobile Push, a cross-platform push notification service in the cloud. With one API, application developers can send notifications to Apple iOS, Google Android, and Kindle Fire devices.
Posted Aug 13, 2013
At this point, ebooks are practically old news, but digital technology continues to change the way books are created, discovered, and even funded. Wattpad, a social network for aspiring writers, has added a crowdfunding component to its site--only they call it "fan funding."
Posted Aug 13, 2013
Apple may have been found guilty of anti-trust in the legal system - a ruling that the company is appealing - but things aren't as clear cut in the court of public opinion, and the whole thing just keeps getting murkier and murkier. The five publishers that were originally named in the suit are unhappy with the terms of Apple's punishment, which would require that Apple be allowed to discount its ebooks for five years - even though the original settlement between the publishers and the DOJ agreed to two years. Publishers are calling this punitive, meanwhile, Apple intends to appeal the court's ruling and has requested a stay of all the court's rulings until its appeal can be heard. The request to stay the rulings was denied. Judge Denise Cote is also reportedly considering limiting Apple to negotiating with one publisher per every six months.
Posted Aug 12, 2013
Google has joined the e-textbook movement, rolling out a textbook section for Google Play. It joins the ranks of Barnes & Noble and Amazon, which have long offered e-textbooks for sale, and rent. Available to Android and iOS users, the e-textbooks available on Google Play are mostly available for purchase with a select few able to be rented, according to Gigaom.
Posted Aug 12, 2013
Magnify.net, a leading provider of curated video content, platform services, and video hosting and delivery announced that it had added a slate of premium video brands to its growing roster. Conde Nast will provide Magnify.net users with video from Wired Magazine, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Glamour, GQ, and Teen Vogue.
Posted Aug 08, 2013
AOL Inc. announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire Adap.tv, Inc., a global, programmatic video advertising platform for brands, agencies, and publishers. Adap.tv brings to AOL, a global programmatic video technology stack for publishers and advertisers across all screens; a unified yield management platform for advertisers and publishers for planning, targeting, ad-serving and measurement; and a talented team which has driven innovation in the automation of global video advertising.
Posted Aug 08, 2013
OneSpot, a content advertising company that marries content marketing with the power, data intelligence, and infrastructure of online advertising, announced it is adding a Content Sequencing Engine as part of the OneSpot platform. The Content Sequencing Engine gives OneSpot customers the ability to use large portfolios of content to enable multi-stage brand storytelling.
Posted Aug 08, 2013
blinkx, an internet media platform powered by CORE that connects consumers with advertisers through professionally generated content online, entered into an all cash transaction with Grab Network Holdings, Inc., related to its Grab Media property.
Posted Aug 06, 2013
The EContent 100 is our annual list of the companies that matter most in the digital content industry. Companies that wish to be considered for inclusion on the list may submit their information via a form on our website. Our judges will review the submissions and vote on which companies make the final list.
Posted Aug 06, 2013
The Washington Post Co. has long been owned by the Graham family, but it revealed on Monday, August 4, that it had agreed to sell the flagship publication to Jeffrey Bezos, most famous for founding Amazon, Inc. The Washington Post says that Bezos will pay $250 million in cash for it and affiliated newspapers.
Posted Aug 06, 2013
Aquafadas, developer of digital publishing solutions, announced it has added two new features--Progressive Downloads and ImageMagick support--to its Aquafadas Digital Publishing System version 3.0.
Posted Aug 05, 2013
The Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council, a global executive affinity group of more than 6,500 senior marketing executives, announced the launch of its new Content ROI Center website. This resource is dedicated to helping marketing organizations improve the performance and return of their growing investments in content origination, multi-channel formatting, targeting, and delivery across the entire customer lifecycle.
Posted Aug 05, 2013
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