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As content providers, it's critical to find a balance between making your presence known on a myriad of channels and spamming already drowning consumers to the point of annoyance (and possible brand detriment). It's also vital that the quality of the content produced doesn't suffer in the race to make it seen.

Posted Sep 20, 2013

The library at Olin College serves as an integral part of students' education by helping them to achieve critical research and information literacy competency, adhering to standards set forth by various academic associations. Olin's library wanted a different method of teaching these skills, one that coincided with the college's unique teaching approach of classroom experiences blended with digital exercises and tools. This original method was designed using a Microsoft Word document, a PDF, and a course libguide. These proved awkward for students to use, and the Olin team members realized they needed something more streamlined for more effective learning.

Posted Sep 16, 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

AcademicPub, a provider of copyright-cleared content for digital and printed course packs in higher education, announced the launch of Express Books, enabling professors to self- publish. As Express Books authors, instructors can now publish and sell their own books to the education and mass markets on any website with Sharedbook's e-commerce, fulfillment platform, and distribution capabilities.

Posted Jul 29, 2013

Archimedia Technology, a new company whose technology and applications bridge the gap between content producers and their archives, announced a reseller agreement with Front Porch Digital, a company that specializes in migrating, managing, and monetizing large and complex media content. Under the agreement, Front Porch Digital customers will be able to purchase the Archimedia Reference Player, Archimedia HD, and 4K SDI cards, and proprietary Archimedia test patterns in conjunction with Front Porch Digital products.

Posted Jul 17, 2013

Any international enterprise knows that, in the global market, translation capabilities are integral to continued success. While many businesses have grasped the importance of translating their products and services for non-English markets, they have often ignored the flip-side of that task: translating content produced by their non-English speaking customers.

Posted Jun 21, 2013

As organizations and individuals work to build their Twitter followers they eagerly watch for mentions and RTs (retweets). And then they spot something like this: "XYZ E-publication is out today! Top stories by @thisperson @thatperson @YOU!" Your first inclination is to quickly RT the tweet to all of your followers and respond to the poster with a heart-felt "gee, thanks so much for including me!" But, wait a minute, is there any real value in this kind of exposure?

Posted Jun 19, 2013

There is plenty of news coming out of Apple's WWDC today, but perhaps at the top of the list is the announcement that yes -- just as the rumor mill had predicted -- a streaming version of iTunes will be coming to a device near you. Apple says the service will be available to users in the United States for free in the fall. Repurposing much of its "Genius" technology, the streaming music service will suggest music to users based on their tastes. As of now, Warner, Sony, and Universal have all signed on to provide streaming rights to iTunes.

Posted Jun 10, 2013

Post Planner, a Facebook content curation and scheduling app, released its newest feature that helps page managers find and post trending content on and topic or keyword. The feature uses a unique algorithm to search for trending content on a variety of topics and generates a stream of shareable articles for page managers.

Posted Jun 05, 2013

As the internet exploded and more and more sites have constant streams of news and commentary on everything from world politics to which celebrities are dead (dead-celeb.com), the importance placed on content curation was, perhaps, inevitable. Separating the wheat from the chaff is sometimes so important to people, they're willing to pay for it.

Posted Jun 03, 2013

The Financial Times launched a new service in Latin America providing FT news and analysis translated into Spanish. Available through the FT Syndication service, which offers media organizations the right to republish FT content, subscribers will receive 10 articles per week covering international trends and developments relevant to Latin America.

Posted May 23, 2013

The Financial Times launched on Flipboard, combining its authoritative journalism with Flipboard's personalized reading experience. Flipboard users across all Android and iOS devices will now have access to a broad range of FT content, including news, commentary, analysis, blogs, and video.

Posted May 10, 2013

LinkedIn says it wants to make it easier for you to stay on top of the news and insights you need. The social network is debuting a refreshed look on LinkedIn Today and introducing channels to make it easier to discover and share professional news and insights.

Posted May 09, 2013

Pivotshare, a digital media startup, announced an update of its self-service online platform that allows anyone to sell their media directly to their audience. Filmmakers, comedians, speakers, and a host of other media producers may now offer their content on iOS and Android devices. The new platform also offers features such as the ability to buy videos as a download and the capacity for customers to tip or donate as a means of support.

Posted May 01, 2013

Innovative Interfaces, Inc. (III) and OverDrive, a full-service digital distributor of ebooks, agreed on plans for deep API integration of OverDrive services into III products, including Sierra and Encore Discovery Services Platform. The plans with OverDrive include an option to take the integration beyond digital and into the physical collection.

Posted Apr 26, 2013

Impelsys, a provider of electronic content delivery solutions, announced that it has entered into a partnership with DataLore Inc. The two companies will work to offer branded ebookstores to schools and colleges located throughout the Caribbean region.

Posted Apr 16, 2013

BillyFish had just set out to create the ebook version of its flagship book, a story of the first human-powered circumnavigation of the globe, which came out Aug. 1, 2012, in print. Without the ebook version, the company faced losing revenue in the expanding digital market, which includes, says Stevens, "a surprisingly broad demographic including seniors and people traveling on vacation." With this travel and adventure book, missing the August vacation traveler on his e-reader would be a critical mistake. However, as the print date approached, the vendor chosen for the task of producing the ebook showed signs of distress. Once the people at BillyFish Books found the problem, they were concerned they might miss their publication deadline.

Posted Apr 15, 2013

Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) have long been quietly working behind the scenes to make sure content producers can get their products to consumers. But just like everyone else in the content business, CDNs are facing changes. EContent talked to Charles White, chief revenue officer for Mirror Image about the changes facing his industry.

Posted Apr 05, 2013

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