ESW Capital, LLC, has acquired Olive Software. A proven e-publishing pioneer, Olive Software is a leader in e-publishing solutions and digital archiving, providing hundreds of media companies and organizations globally with solutions that maximize reader satisfaction and transform digital content into profit centers.MORE
The Post and Courier in Charleston, S.C., recently switched its digital edition newspaper product to Olive Software ODN – dynamic e-edition. As part of The Post and Courier's overall digital strategy, the newspaper wanted to advance and enrich readers' digital experience and considerably grow its digital subscriber base and traffic.MORE
Olive Software's upgraded release of ODN (Olive Dynamic Newsstand) 2.0 offers a complete overhaul, bursting with new features for readers and publishers.
Olive Dynamic Newsstand 2.0 goes far beyond a digital print replica. It has many powerful features to enrich the reader's experience while providing newspaper publishers with a wide variety of new monetization and revenue opportunities.MORE
Presteligence and Software Consulting Services, LLC, have announced a collaborative venture.
The first joint project is the integration between SCS's Scoop newsroom system with Presteligence's My News 360 web content management system for digital delivery to web and apps. The two systems seamlessly "talk" to each other in real time so a story's edits, assets and tags can be retrieved from any system at any time.MORE
Here are three reasons to use newspaper software specific to the industry.MORE
Here is a checklist of considerations I recommend when shopping for a publishing software system (or any software for that matter).MORE
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Newspaper companies know how to sell subscriptions and ads, but they don't necessarily think about selling their own merchandise. Go online to The Post and Courier store in Charleston, S.C., and you'll find all sorts of items that make money.More
Companies that are not current members of Inland, SNPA or the Local Media Association can save hundreds of dollars when registering for sponsorships or exhibit space for the Mega-Conference by taking advantage of a special trial membership offer.
When purchased at the time of registration, this special three-month membership package saves exhibitors and sponsors between $321 and $1,321 and gives your company and its employees the opportunity to experience the benefits of membership in all three of the sponsoring associations.
The trial memberships begin on the opening day of the Mega-Conference and end on May 23.More