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New PressReader App Brings High-Resolution Newspaper and Magazine Reading Experience To Android Tablets
April 27, 2012

CNewspaperDirect has released a major update of PressReader, one of the most popular apps for Android devices. PressReader for Android delivers a highly engaging reading experience of more than 2,000 titles—the world’s widest selection of news media—on Android handsets and tablets. And, unlike other news aggregation apps, which provide just snippets of articles from around the Web, PressReader presents entire publication editions in super-high resolution, just as they were originally printed.

The Hollywood Reporter Launches Digital Edition in 12 Languages
June 22, 2007

The Hollywood Reporter announced this week the launch of a digital edition that will be available in 12 languages in addition to English. The electronic replica of its daily magazine is being called The Hollywood Reporter, Digital Edition, and is now available via subscription. The digital edition is enabled with content management tools including interactive tables of content, cross-title searching, clickable URLs, offline reading and archived back issues, and the tool is being powered by NewspaperDirect Inc., a digital editions provider. “The Hollywood Reporter has always been a digital leader by continually investing in our Web site, electronic applications and mobile products,” said Publisher

The Digital Handyman: Retooling the Publishing Workflow
August 1, 2006

More than a decade into the “CTP revolution,” many of the promises of digital workflow have yet to be fulfilled. The publishing industry is far from achieving the hands-off, utopian workflow many envisioned when film went away and content went digital. While some in the industry once resisted the notion of a digital workflow, most now agree that the evolution from film to files has been a positive for the publishing world—as profound a development as desktop publishing. With digital content, publishers can now cut out much of the prepress expense for their print workflow, and perhaps even more importantly, their content is now