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TM Forum, a trade consortium focused on enabling digital services, announced the next part of its Content Encounter initiative, Content Encounter 3.

Posted Nov 04, 2008

Brightcove Inc. and AOL announced AOL will adopt Brightcove for online video content management, publishing, and video playback throughout the AOL Network.

Posted Oct 31, 2008

The Authors Guild, the Association of American Publishers (AAP), and Google have announced a settlement agreement on behalf of authors and publishers worldwide that would expand online access to in-copyright books and other written materials in the U.S. from the collections of a number of U.S. libraries participating in Google Book Search.

Posted Oct 31, 2008

EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) has purchased NISC, Inc., provider of refined subject area databases.

Posted Oct 31, 2008

MadCap Software, a multi-channel content authoring and a showcase company for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and Microsoft XPS, announced support for the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) standard.

Posted Oct 28, 2008

Canto announced at the IFRA Expo new versions of its Quark integration products: QXP Companion, QXP Server Companion, and QPS Companion.

Posted Oct 28, 2008

WebWorks.com, a brand of Quadralay Corporation, a developer of publishing platform solutions for single-source delivery of online content, announced the release of its ePublisher platform.

Posted Oct 17, 2008

The third in a series of ALPSP surveys undertaken to establish current scholarly publishing practices and designed to track changes in policy and practice since 2000, has been published by the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishing.

Posted Oct 14, 2008

Today's content has no respect for yesterday's silos. Documents and assets end up on pages, screens, and devices—or, inevitably, all of the above. That means extra work for designers and developers to constantly manage and repurpose material. It also means extra pressure for them to operate outside the comfort zones of their original disciplines.

Posted Oct 14, 2008

Publishing Technology, a provider of software and services for the publishing industry, has restructured its operations to create a single company.

Posted Oct 10, 2008

RSuite CMS, a content management system for publishers, now offers a CS3 Connector for InCopy users.

Posted Oct 10, 2008

Nstein Technologies Inc., a provider of digital publishing solutions for newspapers, magazines, and online content providers, announced the release of Nstein Technologies' WCM 4.0.

Posted Oct 10, 2008

The American Institute of Physics (AIP) announced the release of content redesigns for six additional clients on AIP's Scitation online publishing platform.

Posted Oct 07, 2008

A security hole in Adobe Systems, Inc. software, used to distribute movies and TV shows over the Internet, is giving users free access to record and copy from Amazon.com Inc's video streaming service.

Posted Oct 03, 2008

Bloomsbury Publishing announced that it is launching Bloomsbury Academic.

Posted Sep 30, 2008

Pixsy Corporation, a B2B provider of private label video and image search, announced that Pixsy VSP is available.

Posted Sep 30, 2008

Those who work in content management systems (CMSs) know that the content creation process can often be time-consuming and unwieldy. Ideally, the best content management system should enable the user to post content to the web seamlessly, without having to click back and forth between different programs. After all, it's difficult—or, at the very least, annoying—to be in two or three places at once. However, as wonderful as this utopian ideal may sound, it is very rarely the case. Web content creators are usually required to collaborate with one another in a wiki, edit images for the web in Photoshop or a similar program, and then upload everything into the CMS. Functionality is lost in the quest for a visually compelling website with top-notch content.

Posted Sep 29, 2008

I knew that price wouldn't last, but I became hooked and since then I've renewed every 2 years, including the digital edition. However, this year's bill gave me a case of sticker shock at nearly 30 times the original teaser price. I've already switched several of my other print publications to digital, and I suspect pricing is going to strongly encourage more digital switching.

Posted Sep 29, 2008

Extensoft announced the release of Artisteer, its web design automation software to create professional blog themes and website templates.

Posted Sep 26, 2008

EBSCO Publishing (EBSCO) introduced a series of databases designed to provide researchers and students with a starting point for their research and assignments.

Posted Sep 26, 2008

NewsStand, Inc., a provider of digital solutions for publishers, announced the company has changed its name to LibreDigital, to reflect its expanding set of product solutions to a broader set of publishers.

Posted Sep 19, 2008

Really Strategies, Inc., powered by MarkLogic Server, announced the release of version 3.0 of its content management system, RSuite CMS.

Posted Sep 19, 2008

Vignette announced the availability of Vignette Media, a solution that helps telecommunications, media, and entertainment (TME) organizations deliver integrated media strategies.

Posted Sep 19, 2008

A former EContent assistant editor, Kinley Levack, forwarded me an August column from The New York Observer, The Media Mob. Her email bore this subject line: "I will always think of you when I hear this phrase …" Alas, the column was not about the most inspiring bosses ever. In fact, it was about "The New Media Religion: ‘Platform Agnostic.'"

Posted Sep 16, 2008

Safari Books Online, a provider of on-demand digital libraries for technology and business professionals, announced that it has expanded its collection of books from SitePoint, a media company focused on designers, developers, and creative professionals.

Posted Sep 12, 2008

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