Content management systems (CMS) are crucial for creating and distributing web and print content dynamically, and today they are at the heart of publishers’ multi-channel publishing efforts. A robust CMS can more easily track content so that it can be archived, reused, and monetized. A CMS can be used to semantically organize content so that publishers can relate similar items or create new products from content bundles. Sophisticated management of content is an increasingly important cost-cutting technology for multi-channel publishing and many organizations are investing in updating this core technology.
Frankfurt, Germany - October 10, 2013 - Aquafadas, innovative developer of digital publishing solutions, is now previewing its new cloud-based digital platform, AQ Cloud Authoring, at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Running from October 9-13, book fair attendees can visit Aquafadas (stand E67 in hall 8) for the first-hand look at the newest addition to the company's award-winning digital publishing technology offering.
The darlings of the publishing world will always be the consumer magazines. But toiling in the shadows are smart teams of editors, marketers and publishers who are thriving, innovating and making money.
ePublishing, Inc., the leading Enterprise Publishing System (EPS) provider focused on creating a direct connection between Content and Commerce, announced the acquisition of B2B Audience Network.
@naypinya Peter Brantley RT @timoreilly: I'm embarrassed to see publishing competitors like Pearson and McGraw-Hill supporting #SOPA
@EFFLive EFF Live Tweets Rep @LamarSmithTX21 says #SOPA is the product of an extensive process. Too bad that process was hidden from the public.
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Magazines, catalogs and retail advertising can now be published for the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch from the Quad/Graphics Digital Edition platform. The solution gives Quad/Graphics' clients the ability to distribute content by print and mail, Digital Edition, and branded Apple apps.
Danish-based eMagStudio, the company behind digital publications software eMagCreator, has launched a new cross platform software solution, eMagStudio, an enriched publishing platform that allows for creation of online publications containing Rich Media at a low cost.
More and more, publishers are seeking content management systems (CMSs) that help them to create in one system content intended for any channel. These tools serve as central repositories of content stored in extensible markup language (XML) and interact with other publishing and delivery systems (e.g., print and Web), thus enabling publishers to repurpose content across a host of channels on the fly.
When users visit your magazine's Web site, do they stay? For how long?
The 2008 Publishing Business Conference & Expo—held March 10-12 in New York City—was the setting for a meeting of many of publishing’s top minds. With more than 1,000 magazine and book publishing industry executives in attendance, the Publishing Business Conference & Expo featured two-and-a-half days of intensive conference sessions addressing the biggest issues facing publishers today. Held concurrently, the expo hosted more than 100 exhibitors showcasing publishing technologies and services. The show, produced by Publishing Executive and Book Business magazines, this year featured its new Publishing Business brand; it formerly was two co-located events, the Publishing Executive Conference & Expo and the Book Business