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In 1885, when The Dallas Morning News first started covering the area in and around Dallas, it had a circulation of 5,000. Published by A.H. Belo, a Texas-based publisher, The Dallas Morning News now covers 65 communities in the Dallas area and has a circulation of more than half a million. Not to be left out of the internet loop, it created its web counterpart, www.dallasnews.com, which now logs more than a million views a day, and neighborsgo.com, a social networking site that focuses on community-generated news.

Posted Apr 30, 2009

Ephox, a provider of authoring software for web content, announced the latest release of its online rich text editor, EditLive! 6.7.

Posted Apr 28, 2009

Amid wall-to-wall news coverage about banks, insurance companies, auto manufacturers, and other pillars of the American economy that are buckling under the oppressive weight of the global financial crisis, the fact that the print media outlets reporting that news are themselves on the verge of financial ruin may be lost on readers.

Posted Apr 27, 2009

Mark Logic Corporation announced that global publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc. is using Mark Logic's XML Server to power its new strategic publishing application, Wiley Custom Select, which was delivered in late March to college and university faculty.

Posted Apr 21, 2009

Arcot Systems, Inc. and Adobe Systems Incorporated announced that they are collaborating on a new solution for more secure correspondence management.

Posted Apr 21, 2009

Xinet, Inc., a provider of digital asset management, announced the release of WebNative ID, Annotator ID, and Asset Browser ID for Adobe Creative Suite 4.

Posted Apr 21, 2009

Erik Matlick, founder of IndustryBrains a site-specific pay per click ad network and MediaBrains, announced the launch of Madison Logic, and a full service ad serving platform called LeadFocus.

Posted Apr 21, 2009

Lightning Source, an Ingram Content company focused on enhancing book sales for publishers with on demand solutions, announced the launch of an Espresso Book Machine (EBM) title pilot with On Demand Books.

Posted Apr 21, 2009

Justis Publishing Ltd, a full text online legal library of UK, Irish, and EU case law, has entered into a partnership with Abuja-based Niche Konsult Ltd, who will distribute the Justis electronic law library and the JustCite citator to customers in Nigeria.

Posted Apr 17, 2009

Adapx, which makes software that digitizes handwritten notes, has raised $9 million in a second round of funding led by new investor UV Partners.

Posted Apr 14, 2009

LuraTech introduced a new optional module for the LuraDocument PDF Compressor that is designed to convert digital documents--such as Microsoft Office, Outlook email, and PDFs--into PDF/A format for long-term archiving.

Posted Apr 10, 2009

The web has radically transformed the way we think about content creation; we have witnessed the democratization of media. We are no longer bound to the owners of the press to print our writing because today, anyone with a computer and an internet connection can be a publisher. Yet most academics still find themselves constricted by the 20th-century system.

Posted Apr 06, 2009

Oxford Journals announced the launch of an open access journal, DATABASE: The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation.

Posted Apr 03, 2009

Quark announced that it has teamed with IBM Enterprise Content Management (ECM) to integrate Quark XML Author with IBM FileNet Content Manager.

Posted Apr 03, 2009

Readex, a division of NewsBank, announced the launch of American Newspaper Archives, an expanding online collection that will offer access to major U.S. newspapers.

Posted Apr 03, 2009

Vitrium Systems, a PDF-technology vendor, announced the release of protectedpdf Small Business Edition, a web-based application that allows content providers of books, magazines, white papers, reports, data sheets, and other publications to define and modify reader access rights to content.

Posted Mar 31, 2009

Quark announced Quark XML Author 3.0 for Microsoft Word, the next version of Quark's XML authoring tool that allows users to create XML content within Microsoft Word.

Posted Mar 31, 2009

UKSG announced that 20 publishers have now signed up to its TRANSFER Code of Practice, which provides best practice guidelines and outlines responsibilities to ensure that journal content remains accessible in the event of a change of ownership.

Posted Mar 27, 2009

Texterity is previewing its new "Coverleaf Reader" at Custom Content in Miami and Publishing Business Expo in New York.

Posted Mar 24, 2009

RSuite CMS, a content management system for publishers, has added integration support with InDesign in its Adobe CS3 Connector.

Posted Mar 24, 2009

Scott Abel of The Content Wrangler Interviews Quark's Michael Boses about the Need for User-Friendly XML Authoring Tools and the Role of Structured Content in Dynamic Publishing

Posted Mar 22, 2009

eZ Systems announced the release of eZ Publish 4.1, which is designed to power web properties working with rich and various content assets.

Posted Mar 20, 2009

Published Daily, a new start-up tech company whose aim is to help professionals generate more referral business, has been launched.

Posted Mar 06, 2009

DPCI, a provider of integrated technology solutions for organizations that need to publish content to web, print, and mobile channels, announced it has joined the Acquia Partner program at the Platinum level.

Posted Mar 03, 2009

Triond, a privately held company, launched its web publishing service and announced it secured $1.5M in funding from Giza Venture Capital.

Posted Mar 03, 2009

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