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For better or worse, publishers choosing an ejournal hosting provider today have many options and capabilities to choose from that weren’t available in the first generation. The rapidly changing landscape also means that publishers should reassess their ejournal delivery method to evaluate new opportunities every two to three years. The need to address rising user expectations, continual technological developments, and powerful new standards means every econtent provider in the library market can gain insights directed to journal publishers.

Posted Feb 03, 2004

Without a doubt, librarians (and libraries) represent more than a place to look for information. In fact, that part of their role—at least in initial forays and for superficial inquiry—has been rapidly subsumed by the Web.

Posted Feb 02, 2004

iUpload, a net-native content management solution provider, is making available MailbyRSS for authoring RSS feeds by email.

Posted Jan 23, 2004

Time Warner Cable and RealNetworks, Inc. have announced that Time Warner Cable has licensed the Real 10 Media Delivery Platform and Helix media delivery software and application software to support Road Runner, Time Warner Cable's high-speed data service.

Posted Jan 16, 2004

Comcast, a high-speed Internet provider, and Planeta Networks, Inc., a provider of Spanish-language digital media solutions, have teamed together to offer a co-branded Spanish-language site.

Posted Jan 16, 2004

The German company Algo Vision LuraTech GmbH and the Swiss firm PDF Tools AG have extended their agreement.

Posted Jan 13, 2004

Adobe Systems Incorporated has opened the Adobe Digital Media Store, an online retail site that offers Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) digital content.

Posted Dec 19, 2003

OverDrive, Inc. has announced that the Denver Public Library, Cuyahoga County Public Library, and San José Public Library have all chosen to offer patrons access to digital books from their Web sites using OverDrive Digital Library Reserve.

Posted Dec 19, 2003

The Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County (OH) has launched an eBook service intended to stimulate awareness and adoption of emerging technologies in the community.

Posted Dec 16, 2003

Inetcam, Inc., a provider of streaming media software platforms, has announced the iMIRROR Server. The iMIRROR Server is designed to provide enterprises with a platform for multi-casting of video and audio streams to hundreds of users simultaneously.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

Emarketing firm IMN, Inc. (formerly iMakeNews) has launched an RSS service that is integrated into its enewsletter and DirectBlog platforms.

Posted Dec 02, 2003

A&E Television Networks (AETN), an entertainment and media company, and Trusted Media Networks, an Internet media delivery technology start-up headed by former RealNetworks Chief Engineer Alan Lippman, has announced that TrustCast has been chosen to provide media delivery services to AETN's online audience.

Posted Dec 02, 2003

Some still read for pleasure, but as a society, we are expected to ingest ever more information and, as such, seek the most expedient means to slurp up what we need to know. And, without a doubt, the browser/search engine combination has caused a tectonic shift in the way we expect to locate and consume the information we seek.

Posted Nov 03, 2003

Adobe Systems Incorporated and IBM have signed an agreement to develop solutions to help customers improve data capture, document generation, and delivery across the enterprise, by creating intelligent, digital document processes.

Posted Oct 21, 2003

Scopeware, an information management software company has announced the availability of Scopeware Vision 2.1, a search utility that is designed to integrate real-time information from the Web with documents, email, and other digital files.

Posted Oct 14, 2003

Speedera Networks, a provider of content delivery services, and Omniture, a provider of Web analytics to large, complex Web sites, have announced a partnership that is intended to allow Speedera to sell Omniture's product, SiteCatalyst, as part of its SpeedSuite family of services.

Posted Oct 07, 2003

Scientists at Phillips have presented a new technology for reflective, paper-like displays. The technology is fast enough to display video content and can be used to build a reflective full-color display that is at least two times brighter than other technology.

Posted Sep 26, 2003

NextPage Inc. has announced the launch of NXT 4, a publishing suite for publishers and corporations to secure and deliver information on the Internet, to corporate intranets, and on CD/DVD.

Posted Sep 16, 2003

NewspaperDirect, a technology company specializing in the delivery and local printing of same-day editions of newspapers from around the world, in partnership with Menzies Distribution, will expand its service offering in the UK.

Posted Sep 12, 2003

Jibe Inc., a developer of content delivery technology, has announced the availability of its EdgeBurst software as a hosted and managed Service.

Posted Aug 22, 2003

Omtool has released Swiftwriter, an Adobe Acrobat plug-in that is targeted at law offices. The plug-in is designed to make it easier to create, profile, and save PDFs into document management systems (DMS), such as Hummingbird's DM, iManage's WorkSite, and Xerox's DocuShare.

Posted Aug 22, 2003

AMERICOM Government Services, Inc. (AGS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of SES AMERICOM, has completed the transition of several of its government clients to AMERICOM's newest satellite, AMERICOM-9 (AMC-9).

Posted Aug 22, 2003

The Weather Channel has announced the launch of Desktop Weather Platinum, a product that allows weather details, including the current temperature for any location, to be presented through the user's system tray.

Posted Aug 19, 2003

KeepMedia, Inc. has launched its content service delivering current and archived content from approximately 140 magazines and newspapers in one location.

Posted Aug 01, 2003

Cadmus Communications Corporation, a provider of publisher services, has launched ArticleWorks, a content delivery and digital rights management system designed to enable publishers and other content providers to deliver content on demand in either printed or secure electronic formats.

Posted Aug 01, 2003