Metered or paywall-limited access to online and digital publications is the buzz these days, but it takes more than a pay button to make it work. Press+ is one of the platforms that got a bit of coverage lately. A platform that has had some success in the Eastern part of the EU is Piano Media. Piano Media has recently started to penetrate the Western part of the EU so it’s interesting to see what makes their offering successful.
Equilibrium launched its new release of MediaRich ECM for SharePoint 4.3. It has a number of new features and improvements that will appeal to online publishers using Microsoft’s collaboration software. The Instant-On capability has been expanded throughout SharePoint 2010/2013. By simply turning on in any library, Search and Enterprise Search now has Visualization, multi-page UniZoom […]
WordPress has the largest installed base for blogs in the world. But it’s more than blogging software. WordPress has an enthusiastic plug-in developers community and those have been constantly building plug-ins to expand the WordPress core. Today, with a couple of plug-ins activated, WordPress is a true CMS. And with the right plug-in, it becomes a news curation resource in its own right.
There are several challenges when publishing and creating content. The most important is the ability to create a storyline that you can gradually reveal over the 300 to 1,000 words a story usually holds. This can be in writing, but in the digital age it can just as well be an audio recording with you […]
Van Gennep, a Dutch developer of publishing systems, made a name and a reputation for itself with its editorial flat plans, which have been copied by others but never with the same feature richness. Flat plans are still an integral part of Van Gennep’s current flagship product: PublishingNOW!, but the unique feature that sets PublishingNOW! apart from everything else out there is its DAM foundation.
Quark announced the new App Studio, its next-generation digital publishing solution. The new App Studio enables the creation of HTML5 apps at a much lower cost than before. It also requires less effort than other solutions. By combining the HTML5 technology from the recent acquisition of PressRun with Quark’s existing digital publishing technology, App Studio now allows users to create customised apps with HTML5, QuarkXPress, InDesign, and XML.